One of the aspects of photographing clear glass objects that I enjoy is exploring the relationships between multiple objects. I used a limited depth of field for the first time in this style of photography to speak to the relationship between the two subjects for what I hope are appealing results.
Notice that I didn't achieve total separation between the out-of-focus object and the background. (Terry probably won't like that. ) I decided not to change that because, for me, that characteristic complements the object's secondary role.
The nuances of the out-of-focus object can be seen only when viewing the largest image in the Lytebox.
EDIT: I added the second image, which is a completely different composition and a depth of field that keeps both objects sharp.