Bruno Gambone (Vietri sul mare 1936)
Set of ceramic bottle vases.
Vietri manufacture around 1970.
Vaso decorato con filatura dorata e base blu cobalto. Manifattura Umbertide, 1930ca.
Round vase with leaves decoration on a coral colored background. Umbertide manufacture, 1930's.
Vase with golden spinning. Umbertide manufacture around 1940.
Vase finished in majolica with geometric decoration. Umbertide manufacture 1940's.
Rometti pottery Blue vase with decoration and large threaded opening. Umbertide manufacture 1940's
Rare and beautiful vase with period style decoration. Umbertide manufacture, 1950's
Vase decorated with flowers. Umbertide manufacture, around 1930.
Spiked vase with golden rope decoration. Umbertide manufacture, around 1950.
Large ceramic vase with gold spinning. Umbertide manufacture 1950's.
Large vase with gilt spinning. Umbertide manufacture 1950's.
Vase with gold luster decoration. Umbertide manufacture, around 1950.
Large ceramic vase with white spinning. Umbertide manufacture 1950's.
2 Murano glass vases in shades of blue and gray, one of which with a hand-ground base. Both made by the famous master glassmaker.
Murano manufacture around 1980.
Glazed ceramic vase.
Italian manufacture, around 1950
Geometric vase made of two interlocking elements. Matt glazed ceramic Italian manufacture 1970's.
Pair of large vases in colored burnished glass.
Italian manufacture, Murano
Pair of ceramic hands which inspired Gio Ponti for his famous hands later produced by Richard Ginori.
Rosenthal manufacture, 1920s/30s.
Decorated ceramic vase.
Inge Lise Koefoed for Royal Copenhagen, 1960s.
Rare centerpiece plate in painted ceramic.
San Polo Venice, 1950s.
Blown glass vase.
Venini Murano manufacture, around 1930.
Colored ceramic vase with braided rope motif at the base.
Goblet in aqua green blown glass.
Cappellin Manufacture, Murano 1926.
Acid signature under the base.
Rare colored ceramic vase with love knot.
Richard Ginori manufacture, 1940s.
Vase in turned and colored ceramic.
Colored ceramic vase.
Prod. Galvani, Pordenone, Italy 1960s.
Pair of colored ceramic vases.
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.
Vittorio Zecchin, Veronese vase in lilac-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.
Painted ceramic vase.
Italian manufacture, 1970's.
Murano, 20th century, egg-shaped vase in iridescent glass.
Gio Ponti Richard Ginori,
Oval vase in cast earthenware and matt enamel with handles and mouth in polychrome. Stamp of the manufacture. Prod. San Cristoforo, Milan, 1930's.
Art Deco ceramic vase with silver decorations.
French manufacture, 1930's.