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McDougall, Peter

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  • A dark-blue-on-white double overlay is cut with a large top window and 6 large & 6 smaller side facets to reveal a mushroom. The tuft is composed of ca. 27 mainly complex millefiori canes enclosed in a pale-pink & cobalt-blue stave basket, which tapers to a clear base.Signed with a PMCD cane within the millefiori tuft. Polished, concave base with...

  • Not a limited edition but according to Peter this weight was initially made for the 2003 PCA Convention. It proved a popular design and around fifteen or so were made. A purple flower head with deeply-cupped petals surrounding yellow/white/green millefiori “stamen” is encircled by 5 others spaced around it, over a white filigree lattice ground. A PMcD...

  • The pale-blue-on-white overlay is cut with a large top facet and 12 side facets, arranged in 2 rows, to reveal a single fantasy flower & 4 buds on a bed of white muslin. The lilac, blue & white complex millefiori canes used to create the flower and buds also form the outer garland. The brown lampwork stems bear 7 ribbed leaves.Scratched 1/1 next...

  • A magnum chequer design in the style of antique Clichy barberpole weights. Short lengths of red/white, yellow/white, blue/white & green/white filigree twists separate 2 rows of colourful complex millefiori canes surrounding a large feature cane - consisting of approx 50 individual elements. The design is arranged over a cushion of pale-turquoise...

  • 7 star canes set in a pale-blue ground encircle a large 8-point star cane in the centre followed by 3 further rings of complex cruciform, star and cog canes. Alternating with the corrugated blue, white & pink millefiori canes in the second row are short lemon, white & green latticinio twists. The design is on a cobalt-blue ground.A PMcD signature...

  • Radiating out from a large blue & white complex millefiori cane over a cobalt-blue ground are 10 blue & white spokes separated by 10 complex pink, white & yellow millefiori star canes. The design is completed by a ring of alternating complex millefiori canes in lemon, red, burnt orange & white and a border garland of purple & white...

  • A magnum weight with approx. 50 closely-packed simple and complex millefiori canes - set over clear - and bordered by a ring of multi-coloured canes, partially drawn underneath the cane canopy to form a basket.A PMcD signature cane is placed just inside the basket at 4 o’clock in the first picture. Polished concave base.  

  • An unusual pattern with 2 rings of complex millefiori canes (in a wide range of colours) alternating with yellow/white filigree spokes. Centering the design are another 7 of Peter’s composite canes. The design is set on a pale-pink muslin cushion.A PMcD signature cane is embedded in the centre of the polished, concave base, which is scratch-numbered 1/1.  

  • The lampwork in this striking design on an opaque textured red ground is by Peter’s son Allan. Goldstone (aventurine) stems and the sepals of the flower and bud are combined with 4 deep-purple petals set around a white complex millefiori cane “stamen”.Signed with a PMcD cane at the base of the stem. Finished with a polished, concave base.  

  • Design No. 9 from Peter's 2011 Mid-year Collection. At the centre is a beautiful lampwork clematis set on a mottled, translucent deep orange/red colour ground, encircled by a two garlands of alternating complex millefiori canes. The flower - with its 10 white-edged, deeply-cupped shaded lilac petals - is surrounded by 5 groups of brownish-green ribbed...

  • From the Mid-year Collection 2011 this is Design No. 15. Framing a centre cane with 18 individual elements are 2 rows of complex millefiori canes separated by 12 orange-centred latticinio half-spokes with a large and a small cane set between them. The blood-orange tonality results from the combination of colours used in the canes; for instance orange...

  • A special 4 row concentric on clear ground. The millefiori feature cane in the centre has approx. 50 individual elements fused together - including 5 & 6-point stars, trefoils & Maltese crosses - in an amazing range of colours. The overall tonality of the surrounding canes is predominantly purplish-blue. However, other colours are...

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