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      • ATTRIBUTED TO PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) Preview: Barley Mow Centre
        Jan. 10, 2024

        ATTRIBUTED TO PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) Preview: Barley Mow Centre

        Est: £60 - £100

        ATTRIBUTED TO PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) Preview: Barley Mow Centre ATTRIBUTED TO PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937): A studio glass vase, of uneven campana form, banded in shades of blue and purple, with white flecks to the exterior, with incised 'CH' mark to base, together with a glass paperweight, with swirling flow form interior decoration in shades of blue and purple, signed indistinctly to the base (2) Vase: 11cm high Paperweight: 8cm high

        Chiswick Auctions
      • Peter Layton (British, 20th / 21st Century)
        Nov. 24, 2023

        Peter Layton (British, 20th / 21st Century)

        Est: £120 - £140

        Peter Layton (British, 20th / 21st Century) Yachts off the Coast, pastel, framed 16½in x 42in. (42cm x 106.6cm.).

        Martel Maides
      • Peter Layton (b.1937) Squat vase, together with a perfume / scent bottle, circa 1990
        Nov. 15, 2023

        Peter Layton (b.1937) Squat vase, together with a perfume / scent bottle, circa 1990

        Est: £100 - £120

        Peter Layton (b.1937) Squat vase, together with a perfume / scent bottle, circa 1990 Blown glass  Each inscribed 'Peter Layton' Squat vase : 11cm high ; Scent bottle : 14cm high

        Roseberys
      • Peter Layton (b.1937) Globular vase, 1986, together with a circular dish, 1984 
        Nov. 15, 2023

        Peter Layton (b.1937) Globular vase, 1986, together with a circular dish, 1984 

        Est: £150 - £250

        Peter Layton (b.1937) Globular vase, 1986, together with a circular dish, 1984  Blown iridescent glass  Vase inscribed 'Peter Layton 1986', dish inscribed 'P.L 1984'  Vase : 13cm high ; Dish : 16cm diameter

        Roseberys
      • Peter Layton (b.1937) Tapered vase, 1987 
        Nov. 15, 2023

        Peter Layton (b.1937) Tapered vase, 1987 

        Est: £150 - £250

        Peter Layton (b.1937) Tapered vase, 1987  Blown glass  Inscribed signature and dated  17cm high

        Roseberys
      • Peter Layton (b.1937) Ovoid vase, 1988 
        Nov. 15, 2023

        Peter Layton (b.1937) Ovoid vase, 1988 

        Est: £200 - £300

        Peter Layton (b.1937) Ovoid vase, 1988  Blown glass  Inscribed signature and dated  25cm high

        Roseberys
      • Peter Layton (b.1937) Shell form sculpture, 1986
        Nov. 15, 2023

        Peter Layton (b.1937) Shell form sculpture, 1986

        Est: £100 - £200

        Peter Layton (b.1937) Shell form sculpture, 1986 Blown glass  Inscribed 'Peter Layton 1986' 12cm high, approximately 18.5cm wide

        Roseberys
      • Peter Layton (b.1937) Two vases and two paperweights, late 20th Century 
        Nov. 15, 2023

        Peter Layton (b.1937) Two vases and two paperweights, late 20th Century 

        Est: £150 - £200

        Peter Layton (b.1937) Two vases and two paperweights, late 20th Century  Blown glass  One signed, three signed and dated  Squat vase : 12cm high ; Poppy vase : 9cm high ; Spherical paperweight : 8cm high ; Squat paperweight : 6cm high

        Roseberys
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow Centre
        Aug. 23, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow Centre

        Est: £400 - £600

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow Centre PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A collection of commissioned studio glass pebbles, in the ‘Tabac’ patter, with swirled and mottled design, all signed. Largest 15cm high Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings

        Chiswick Auctions
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow Centre
        Aug. 23, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow Centre

        Est: £80 - £140

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow Centre PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary studio glass paperweight by Peter Layton, with trails of black, blue and grey to a multi-iridescent ground, together with seven glass pebbles from a glass gallery in Hay on Wye, each indistinctly signed, (8). Peter Layton paperweight 4cm high x 10cm long Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • Peter Layton glass scent bottle
        Aug. 22, 2023

        Peter Layton glass scent bottle

        Est: £100 - £150

        Peter Layton glass scent bottle Peter Layton glass scent bottle Etched signature 17cm high together with a layne rowe glass scent bottle etched signature 14cm high Condition Report: both good condition, nibbles to foot rim.

        Sworders
      • Peter Layton (b.1937) for London Glassblowing  Tall 'Stoneform' vase toget
        Jul. 04, 2023

        Peter Layton (b.1937) for London Glassblowing  Tall 'Stoneform' vase toget

        Est: £300 - £400

        Peter Layton (b.1937) for London Glassblowing  Tall 'Stoneform' vase together with a 'Dropper' vase, circa 2010  Blown cased glass  Each with incised signature  Stoneform : 28cm high ; Dropper : 23cm high

        Roseberys
      • Peter Layton (b 1937) - An iridescent glass ovoid vase
        Jun. 14, 2023

        Peter Layton (b 1937) - An iridescent glass ovoid vase

        Est: £100 - £150

        Peter Layton (b 1937) - An iridescent glass ovoid vase with abstract streaked and hatched decoration, signed and dated 1982, 24 cm high

        Andrew Smith & Son
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £400 - £600

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A collection of commissioned studio glass pebbles, in the ‘Tabac’ patter, with swirled and mottled design, all signed. Largest 15cm high Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings

        Chiswick Auctions
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Barley Mow

        Est: £200 - £300

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary studio glass iridescent bowl, of flattened shell shaped form on four trailed glass feet. 10cm high x 32cm diameter Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barlow Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barlow Mow

        Est: £150 - £200

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barlow Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: An early and unusual studio glass vase of shouldered tapering ovoid form, decorated in the ‘Tabac’ design with swirled blue and black design over a speckled yellow, brown and pink ground, signed to base. 22cm high Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £150 - £250

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary studio glass vase, of tapered form, with yellow and blue spotted band to a red ground, signed to base. 18.5cm high x 22cm diameter Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £150 - £250

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary studio glass vase, of oval tapered form, decorated with faded white banding with dark fissuring over a dark blue iridescent ground, signed to base. 20.5cm high Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £150 - £250

        PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: Two egg formed paperweights, together with a faceted oval paperweight or sculpture, with inner irridescent design, a small Kosta Boda bowl with speckled decoration and red rim, a clear glass paperweight, (5). Peter Layton paperweights 7cm & 6cm high Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £150 - £200

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A large contemporary studio glass vase, of tapering form decorated with red and grey swirls on a yellow ground below a white rim, signed to base. 28cm high Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £150 - £200

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary glass vase, of tapered form, with white and grey shaped and banded design on a dark blue ground. 19cm high Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings

        Chiswick Auctions
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £150 - £200

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: An early and unusual studio glass vase of tall tapering ovoid form, decorated in the ‘Tabac’ design , with whiplash design over a mottled opal, yellow and pink ground, signed to base. 20cm high Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING STUDIOS Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING STUDIOS Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £150 - £250

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING STUDIOS Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING STUDIOS; A contemporary studio glass bowl, of squat cylindrical form, externally decorated with an iridescent pattern. 18cm hiigh x 21cm diameter Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings

        Chiswick Auctions
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £150 - £250

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary studio glass vase, of tall bottle form with slender neck and flat rim, with mottled iridescent decoration to a black ground. 33cm high Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £100 - £150

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary studio glass bowl, Glacier pattern, externally decorated with an abstract black over white design, the interior with a blue and purple irridescent ground. 10.5cm high x 24.5cm Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £100 - £200

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary studio glass vase, of compressed bottle form, with iridescent decoration over a moss green ground. 15cm high Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £100 - £200

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary studio glass vase, of tapered form, the top half with blue swirled and trailed decoration, the bottom with spotted decoration in orange and dark blue to a white ground, signed to base. 13cm high x 14.5cm diameter Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £100 - £200

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary studio glass bowl, of flattened circular form with tapered edges, externally decorated with irridescent blue, purple and moss green over a red ground, signed to base. 14.5cm high x 17cm wide x 7cm deep Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £100 - £200

        PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary studio glass bowl, decorated with rippled blue and moss green banded decoration. 6cm high x 25cm diameter Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £100 - £200

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary studio glass vase, of compressed bottle form, with iridescent decoration over a red ground, signed to base. 14.5cm high Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £100 - £200

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary studio glass vase, of compressed bottle form, with iridescent decoration over a blue ground, signed to base. 13cm high Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

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      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £100 - £200

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary studio glass vase, of ovoid tapered form, with iridescent trailed and spotted decoration, signed to base. 16cm high x 11cm diameter Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

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      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £100 - £200

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary studio glass paperweight, of egg form, with dark grey, blue, white and mauve swirling decoration, together with another Peter Layton paperweight, of oval form, with purple and black floral decoration, both signed to base (2). 8cm & 7cm high Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

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      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £100 - £200

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary studio glass vase, of compressed ovoid form with, decorated with trails and drips in brown, orange and wheat, signed to base. 29cm high Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

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      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £100 - £200

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING; An early and unusual studio glass vase of squat form, decorated in the ‘Tabac’ design with swirled blue and black design over a speckled yellow, brown and pink ground. 20cm high Notes: Per Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

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      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £80 - £150

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary studio glass vase, of tapered form, with blue spotted decoration to a yellow band over a red mottled ground, signed to base. 13cm high Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £80 - £150

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING : A contemporary studio glass vase, of flattened form, with dark swirling design on a white ground, signed to base. 15cm high Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £80 - £140

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH b.1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary studio glass paperweight by Peter Layton, with trails of black, blue and grey to a multi-iridescent ground, together with seven glass pebbles from a glass gallery in Hay on Wye, each indistinctly signed, (8). Peter Layton paperweight 4cm high x 10cm long Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

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      • § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow
        Mar. 29, 2023

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow

        Est: £70 - £100

        § PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING Preview: Barley Mow PETER LAYTON (CZECH-BRITISH B. 1937) LONDON GLASSBLOWING: A contemporary studio glass scent bottle, with elongated stopper, the body pulled feather decoration over a light blue ground. 25cm high Notes: Peter Layton, born in Prague and bought up in England, originally trained in ceramics at the Central School of Art and Design in London. But the discovery of hot glass whilst teaching ceramics at the University of Iowa took him down a different creative path. He was inspired by the immediacy of this engaging yet elusive medium, and as much by the demanding process as the magical qualities of the material. Peter has been continuously at the forefront in promoting this magical and versatile medium and established London Glassblowing in 1976 showcasing the work of exceptional glass artists. More recently he has formed Peter Layton and Associates Limited enabling him to work on a more ambitious scale combining stainless steel and glass as commissioned sculptures for architectural settings.

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      • Peter Layton (b.1937),
        Oct. 25, 2022

        Peter Layton (b.1937),

        Est: £300 - £500

        Peter Layton (b.1937), ▴ Peter Layton (b.1937), c. 2008, a 'Paradiso' spherical vase, with green and pink opaque glass, with rippling sand lines in grey and yellow, signed to the side, 23cm diameter Condition Report: With some scuffs to the base. Some inclusions of air bubbles occurring.

        Sworders
      • Peter Layton (b.1937), Amber and irridescant feathered glass vase, circa 1980, Blown glass,
        Sep. 14, 2022

        Peter Layton (b.1937), Amber and irridescant feathered glass vase, circa 1980, Blown glass,

        Est: £100 - £150

        Peter Layton (b.1937), Amber and irridescant feathered glass vase, circa 1980, Blown glass, Engraved signature to base, 10cm high, approximately 17cm diameter General light surface wear throughout to include very minor scratches and scuffs

        Roseberys
      • Peter Layton (British, 20th / 21st Century)
        Jul. 08, 2022

        Peter Layton (British, 20th / 21st Century)

        Est: £100 - £150

        Peter Layton (British, 20th / 21st Century) Prize Jersey bull pastel, signed and dated 1985 lower left 15 x 23in. (38 x 58.5cm.)

        Martel Maides
      • Peter Layton (British, 20th / 21st century)
        Jul. 08, 2022

        Peter Layton (British, 20th / 21st century)

        Est: £150 - £200

        Peter Layton (British, 20th / 21st century) Off to the show pastel, signed and dated 2000 lower right, wooden frame 17 x 28in. (43.2 x 71cm.)

        Martel Maides
      • Peter Layton (British, late 20th century) Studies of a Border Collie pastel on toned paper,
        Jul. 07, 2022

        Peter Layton (British, late 20th century) Studies of a Border Collie pastel on toned paper,

        Est: £60 - £80

        Peter Layton (British, late 20th century) Studies of a Border Collie pastel on toned paper, signed "Peter Layton" and dated 1996 lower right in pencil, modern gold frame 13 ¾ x 15 ½in. (34.9 x 39.4cm.)

        Martel Maides
      • Peter Layton (British b.1937), a studio glass 'Paradiso' series tall 'stoneform' vase, c.2000, with
        Oct. 12, 2021

        Peter Layton (British b.1937), a studio glass 'Paradiso' series tall 'stoneform' vase, c.2000, with

        Est: £200 - £300

        Peter Layton (British b.1937), a studio glass 'Paradiso' series tall 'stoneform' vase, c.2000, with engraved signature, Of ovoid form, cased in clear crystal, the orange and red ground with turquoise banding, together with an 'Aurora' series 'stoneform' vase and a 'Lagoon' series 'stoneform' vase, each signed, Paradiso vase - 19.5cm high Aurora vase - 14.3cm high Lagoon vase - 12cm high (3) Paradiso vase - very minor flea bite chip to base, otherwise only very minor/light general surface wear from handling. Generally good overall condition. Aurora Vase - very minor flea bite chip to underside of base, otherwise only very minor/light general surface wear from handling. Generally good overall condition. Lagoon vase - very minor/light general surface wear from handling. Generally good overall condition.

        Roseberys
      • Peter Layton Glass Vase
        Apr. 11, 2021

        Peter Layton Glass Vase

        Est: $300 - $500

        Peter Layton Glass Vase, signed underneath. Weight: 8.3 lbs. Size: 7 1/2 x 1 1/2 x 15 in.

        Sarasota Estate Auction
      • Peter Layton (B. 1937) England,Glass Vase
        Apr. 11, 2021

        Peter Layton (B. 1937) England,Glass Vase

        Est: $300 - $500

        Beautifully blown glass vase titled "Desert" from the Peter Layton gallery in London, England. This piece has layers of russet, brown, and beige sand, against a clear blue sky as it mimics the smooth winding lines of the red rocky landscape of Western United States. Signed. Weight: 2.1 lb. Size: 6 1/2 x 3 x 6 1/2 in.

        Sarasota Estate Auction
      • Peter Layton (B. 1937) England, Glass
        Apr. 11, 2021

        Peter Layton (B. 1937) England, Glass

        Est: $1,600 - $2,000

        Peter Layton (B. 1937) England, Glass Titled "Paradisio V Form" 2005 Weight: 18 lbs. Measurements: 12 x 4 1/2 x 15 in. This piece is one of a kind as it was commissioned by the consignor who was there as it was made.

        Sarasota Estate Auction
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