I think all
Monart is really a bit "out of the ordinary".
But yours is especially special.
Nigel Benson gave a lovely lecture on it at the Edinburgh Conference, asking the question;
"Is Monart really very early Studio Glass?" outlining the similarities.
I have to agree, Monart is really very early Studio Glass, although the term was not used until the Toledo lectures of 23rd March 1963, which is the "official birthday" of that movement.
But Monart is also individually hand made and mouth blown, each piece absolutely unique work, made by artists. It wasn't made in a big factory, with loads of modern equipment and facilities for melting large volumes of metal and well controlled annealing ovens, it wasn't mass produced to designs.
They worked in a draughty wooden shed!