This is a fine and collectable piece of British vintage studio glass by Siddy Langley.
It is signed to the base, as photographed. It is undated - but probably was made in the 1990s.
The bowl has a fabulous yellow colour with tiny mottled pale pink inclusions. and this is covered with rich gold coloured iridescent swirls - this style is reminiscent of iridescent pieces made by John Ditchfield. It is a more unusual handmade piece.
Siddy Langley is one of Britain's finest glassblowers. She embarked on a three-year apprenticeship under Peter Layton at the London Glass Blowing Workshop in 1979 and then continued to work with him for a further five years. In 1987, she opened her own studios in Maidenhead, and ten years later moved to her current studio at Long Meadows Studio, Plymtree, Devon.
Siddy fashions each piece from molten glass incorporating metals such as gold, silver, and tin. Each signed and dated piece is unique.
A lovely large piece of studio glass - measuring at the top 6 1/2 in diameter and with a height of 5 3/4 inches. I love the little cutaway section on the rim. It is in perfect condition with no damages.
Posting only in the UK. It will have to be sent with you by Parcelforce48 as it is just a little too large for Royal Mail Parcels. This will cost £10 and be applied to your order at the checkout.