Yom hashoah ritual sash (detail) [picture].

Title: 
Yom hashoah ritual sash (detail) [picture].
Author/Artist: 
Tilden, Blanche, 1968-
Publisher: 
[Carlton, Australia], 2007.
Description: 
glass, stainless steel cable ; 6 cm. x 14 m. x 24 cm.
Juror: 
Oldknow, Tina.
Technique: 
Cold-working
Other Authors: 
Slatter, Rhiannon. photographer
Whiteley, Richard, 1963- juror
Oldknow, Tina. juror
Bib ID: 
120609
Notes: 
Nationality: Australian
Published in: New Glass Review 29, p. 57, no. 93.
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Description in New Glass Review: Cold-worked glass; stainless steel cable.
Description in CMoG glass object database; Opaque white and transparent blue glass; cast, cut, ground, polished; .925 Sterling Silver, stainless steel. Long strand of blue and white cylindrical beads, strung together at top and bottom of each bead. Note: Yom Hashoah is a day of rememberance for the 6 million Jewish victims of the Holocaust.
Piece in the CMoG collection is copy of original.
Description from entry form: Coldworked glass, 925 silver, stainless steel cable.
Object discussed in Jury Statement by Tina Oldknow.
Technique: Cold-working.
Type: Installation.
Image from CD-ROM supplied by artist.
Image orientation: portrait.
Series: 
New Glass Review 29; entry no. 613.2.07
New Glass Review winner ; NGR 29 no. 93
Object/Material Note: 
Image of CMoG object: 2009.6.2 (parallel)
Published in New Glass Review Jury Statement: AI85488, p. 67