Liberty and the Crafts Council are offering you the chance to win pounds 1,250-worth of glass and crafts by choosing the winner of the 1998 Jerwood Prize for Applied Arts

1`Cascade of Glass' by Keiko Mukaide

2`Glass Bowl' by Anna Dickinson

3`Untitled' by Diana Hobson

4`Serpentine Shape' by Galia Amsel

5`Minimal Form' by Tessa Clegg

6`Tallis' by Keith Cummings

7`Untitled' by Lise Autogena

8`Confined Spaces II' by David Reekie

The Independent has joined forces with Liberty and the Crafts Council to offer one reader the chance to purchase glass to the value of pounds 750 for selecting the readers' choice out of the eight Jerwood Prize finalists. To enter, study the work of the eight finalists shown above and write the number of your nomination for the winner of the Jerwood Prize in the box provided, then complete the tie-breaker sentence in no more than 12 words. Fill in your name, address and phone number, and post it to: The Jerwood Prize Competition, PO Box 4013, London E14 5BE. Closing date for entries is Monday 14th September.