The current studio was opened by the former Premier of NSW The Hon. Nick Greiner on the 1st November 1992.
It is home to the work of Peter Crisp. The studio features examples of glass commissioned by businesses and individuals. It also houses the famous Bombay Chalice seen in worldwide advertising, and the world’s most expensive perfume bottle.
The very first experimental pieces can be seen here with “one off” museum pieces and an extensive range of tableware which Peter Crisp has become recognised for around the world.
The designs are inspired by Egyptian, Celtic, Christian, Post Modern and Middle Eastern influences – mixed with that wonderful twist of the contemporary.