Another photo to share. Here we see a Mexican black on black pottery piece paired with an orange glass decanter. I don't know the origin of the decanter and it is missing the original stopper. I am pretty sure it was made in WV. The decanter has a bumpy texture, like the driftwood pattern produced by Seneca Glass in Morgantown, WV. This piece, likely was a second as the base has a large non-translucent slag-glass swirl in it. I love the way it looks with the black pottery piece. This pottery was made famous in the early 1900's in Mexico by Maria Martinez and her husband. The finish gets the color and sheen from the natural materials used in firing in combination with the lack of oxygen.
The pairing reminds me of Winslow Anderson, not in form but the fact that he designed both pottery and glass in his lifetime with one medium influencing his designs in the other.