Carmarina hastata (glass model of a jellyfish). During the late 19th century, Leopola Blaschka (1822-1895) and his son Rudolf (1857-1929) produced beautifully detailed glass models of bizarre sea creatures for natural history museums and aquaria all over the world.
Gerry King Virtual Vessel 2003 2, 2003 glass, steel base 400 mm High Kiln cast glass, private collection Australia
Jellyfish by shobey1kanoby on deviantART #deviantart, #painting
GLASS - Leopold Blaschka - Marine Invertebrates in Glass - Around 1900
Japanese cut-glass -edo kiriko-
Glass artist Rick Satava creates sculptures that mimicked the experience of a jellyfish’s elegant glide through the water. The bright jellyfishes he creates are suspended in the glass that surround them, yet each still appears as if their tentacles are rippling through the water. The glass blown approach works perfectly when translated to the round bell-like shape of the jellyfish’s body, as their natural appearance looks like brightly blown glass.