Offered is a vintage limited edition Correia art glass perfume bottle with an angled bottom, two flat surface windows, and two round sides. The Sommerso bottle has a purple chamber encased in colorless glass, the sides of the bottle are decorated with rich glossy black shapes on a frosted colorless background, and the bold geometric stopper is rich glossy black. Etched with the artist's signature, date (2001), production number, and edition number (354/500), the bottle, including the stopper, is 8" tall by 4 ½" wide. It is in excellent condition, with minor scratches on the bottom consistent with age and light use; no chips, scuffs, or repairs noted. Correia Art Glass, located in Santa Monica, California, is a small family-owned glass Art founded in 1973 by nationally recognized glass artist Steven V. Correia. Correia Art Glass is exhibited worldwide and is in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Smithsonian Institution, the Corning Museum, and the Chrysler Museum of Art. In 1989, Steve Correia left his company in the capable hands of his sister (Algerine) and brother (Jeff) and went on to fulfill his desire to work in lead crystal. Today Correia art glass is run by designer and artist Algerine Correia. Algerine brings an engaging personality, keen business sense, and wonderfully refreshing designs. In addition to stunning perfume bottles, Correia is well known for its blown and etched vases, bowls, and paperweights. They have also created notable corporate, entertainment industry, and government awards and commissions.