Many thanks for posting! I really appreciate the earlier thread on Bimini pieces being dug out, it was very interesting to read, thanks!
The ladies on the www.glass.co.nz
page are certainly very abstract (and amazing). In Judith Miller's 20th-Century Glass, the pieces attributed to Bimini though don't look particularly abstract. In fact they are not dissimilar to the ladies on the glasses and decanters in the earlier threads (although a little more tasteful in certain areas!).
The picture in the Millers antiquesprice guide book certainly looked like the same piece as mine being shown as Bimini. Dare I say....could the books be mistaken (just thinking back to how abstract the ladies were in the glass.co.nz website).
I had read somewhere (in my Bimini surfing) that Bimini pieces were never marked on the piece itself, but carried a label with a trademark, a mould no, or an artists signature. I wonder if that means that the individual artist could have their own name on a Bimini piece. I think I'm just wishful thinking now, as mine carries an unknown person's name...LOL.
I certainly wouldn't part with my lady, whoever she is made by she is really well executed..... but it would be great to know for sure where she came from.
Sorry, I'm rambling now. Many thanks for comments so far...please keep them coming.