Offered is an elegant Mary Angus in collaboration with William LeQuier Sommerso perfume bottle with an iridescent gold chamber encased in colorless clear glass, two flat windows, two frosted sides, an iridescent gold lip, and a clear colorless teardrop stopper. The bottle is 5 ¼ "tall, including the stopper, by 3 ½ "wide. It is in excellent condition, with no chips, scuffs, or repairs noted. The bottle is signed "Angus LeQuier" and dated 1982 on the bottom, as shown. Mary Angus began working with blown glass at Southern Connecticut State University in 1973. After graduating in 1975, she set up her first studio in Branford, Connecticut. In 1983, Mary and her husband, glass sculptor K. William LeQuier, moved to a small town in southern Vermont. Both artists share the glass studio they built in a 100-year-old mill building. Mary creates objects that show the beauty of glass and the effects of color, light, and shadow on a form. She works almost exclusively with the perfume bottle form, which she feels is sensual, precious, and intimate in scale, a vessel meant to contain fragrance and evoke memories. Her pieces show the beauty and fluidity of molten glass through graceful curves and proportions and are exhibited and sold in many fine craft galleries, juried craft shows nationwide, and her studio in Readsboro.