Ettore Sottsass, pair of vases from the 'Onde' series in white majolica.
Produced by Società Ceramica Toscana for Il Sestante, Milan, 1969.
Stamp SOTTSASS Il Sestante.
Salviati Venezia, lattimo glass vase in a light pink color with gold leaf powder.
Salviati & C, Murano 1970s.
In 1859, the Vicenza lawyer Antonio Salviati began his glass business by founding Salviati & C. It combines the production of mosaics and enamels with that of blown glass, becoming an example of international excellence.
Gio Ponti, small ceramic vase.
Prod. Richard Ginori, 1930s.
Seguso Murano, small blown glass vase.
Signed Seguso Murano.
Seguso Vetri d'Arte was born in Murano in 1375 as one of the oldest Venetian glass factories. The Seguso family today boasts the 23rd generation of glass masters.
De Majo Murano, small blown glass vase model 9731.
Signed De Majo Murano 1989.
Ludovico Diaz de Santillana, blown glass bottle with incalmo collar.
Prod. Venini, 1970s.
Fulvio Bianconi and Paolo Venini 1957.
Blown, incalmo glass.
Gray, rio green and amber.
Vittorio Zecchin, Veronese vase in taupe-colored blown glass, Prod. Venini, Murano 1970s.
The vase takes its name from the canvas of "The Annunciation of the Virgin" by Paolo Veronese. The complex and rounded shape defies gravity, as in the painting that originally houses it.
Paolo Venini, very light blown glass, model 4740.
Signed, Venini 1959.
Vittorio Zecchin, Veronese vase in green-colored blown glass, Prod. Venini, Murano 1970s.
Vittorio Zecchin, Veronese vase in lilac-colored blown glass, Prod. Venini, Murano 1970s.