Blue blown glass vase from venini / Murano / 2018 / signature / label / Italy / Venice

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Vintage from before 2000


Height: 15 Centimeters; Width: 7 Centimeters; Depth: 7 Centimeters

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Beautiful little blown glass vase from the legendary Venini house in Murano, with label and signature on the artist's glass.

Height: 15 cm
Diameter: 7 cm
Weight: 190g

Excellent condition

Venini - the world-renowned Italian glass company - dates back to 1921, when Paolo Venini (1895-1959), a Milanese lawyer with glass ancestors, and Giacomo Cappellin (1887-1968), a Venetian antique dealer, launched the Cappellin Venini glass factory. Murano Island. Under the artistic direction of Vittorio Zecchin, Cappellin and Venini's company produced high-quality Renaissance cups, jugs and vases.

After World War II, Venini continued to produce glass in modern language, often in collaboration with important mid-century designers and architects, not only Carlo Scarpa and Gio Ponti, but also BBPR,Fulvio Bianconi, Roberto Menghi, Tobia Scarpa, Massimo Vignelli, and Tapio Wirkkala.

When Paolo Venini died in 1959, his company passed to his son-in-law, Ludovico Diaz De Santillan. In the 1970s, Ludovico's daughter, Laura, ran the company until the Gardini and Ferruzzi families took it over in the mid-1980s. Until the end of the 20th century, Venini continued to work with exceptional designers, including Gae Aulenti, Mario Bellini, Alessandro Mendini, Timo Sarpaneva, and Ettore Sottsass.

In 2001, Venini was acquired by Italian Luxury Industries. In the 21st century, the company has commissioned creations from Tadao Ando, Atelier Biagetti, Atelier Oï, Barber Osgerby, the Bouroullec brothers, the Campana brothers, Gaetano Pesce, Matteo Thun, and Studio Job. In 2011, Venini celebrated its 90th anniversary with a travelling exhibition at the Murano Glass Museum, Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana in Venice, Shanghai Glass Museum and Bagatti Valsecchi Museum in Milan. Carlo Scarpa's first glass exhibition for Venini was a resounding success in 2013-14 when it was presented at the Stanze del Vetro in Venice and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Venini glass is part of the permanent collections of the Louvre, V-A, MoMA, and many others.

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