Windows (4), etched glass, Seabreeze Hotel, Tom Ugly's Point, designed by Samuel Lipson, made by Australian Window Glass Pty Ltd, Australia, 1939
Four glass window panels, two translucent, two clear. All feature a stylised seagull motif engraved at top; a wave motif decorates the lower part of the glass.
The windows are of differing sizes and from photographic evidence were most likely used in the exterior doors of the bars and other public spaces. According to the review of the Seabreeze in the journal Decoration and Glass (August 1939), 'The door of the bars are fumed oak, with large panels of glass. These are enriched with gravé [engraved], the design incorporating a conventional seagull, which is the motif maintained in the decorative scheme throughout the hotel'.