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Vintage Signed Mazzega Glass Factory Sculpture from Venice, Italy

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Signed Mazzega Glass Sculpture from Murano, Italy. "Mazzega Glass Factory is one of the Murano's glass factories, located along the Grand Canal of Murano (Canal Grande di Murano). Mazzega´s glassmakers and designers contributed to the diffusion of Murano glass in the 20 century throughout the world." A unique and splendid example of Mazzega Glass done in the theme pertaining to the orient, it is extremely reminiscent of the glass created by the artist Dino Rosin. "Dino's masterpieces are exhibited in many important art galleries worldwide."The depth of the glass provides an optical intensity that is very pleasing to the eyes, and this is what pure art looks like. This piece is heavy and it measures just over 9" inches high x 4" inches wide on top of the Asian style conical hat.
What began as an engraved signature that was somewhat unclear... along with the months of intensive research leaving me nowhere to turn, I finally hit the right contact that conveyed the definitive news describing exactly who made the piece, who designed the sculpture and even provided the timeline of its creation.
This Chinese figurine was indeed produced by "Master Elio Squarcina on a design by Lucio De Rai." It was created at the Mazzega Murano Srl in Venice, Italy during the period from 1975-1980. Knowing this vital information involving the creation of this rare masterpiece, completes my quest to know and share this key knowledge with you. This is most definitely a one-of-a-kind sculpture that will never be realized again; shaped by one of the true masters of raw glass!
Look for an image of Master Squarcina in the last photograph.
(A similar item was created by Andrea Tagliapietra of a Chinese Figure Kneeling, that currently retails for $516.87.)
Condition of this exquisite figure is very good, with only one slight mark on the rear of the figure next to the bottom. It has been gently and thoroughly cleaned and is ready for your home. This is truly a one of a kind sculpture that is unique, out of the ordinary and scarce!
Signed Mazzega Glass Sculpture from Murano, Italy. "Mazzega Glass Factory is one of the Murano's glass factories, located along the Grand Canal of Murano (Canal Grande di Murano). Mazzega´s glassmakers and designers contributed to the diffusion of Murano glass in the 20 century throughout the world." A unique and splendid example of Mazzega Glass done in the theme pertaining to the orient, it is extremely reminiscent of the glass created by the artist Dino Rosin. "Dino's masterpieces are exhibited in many important art galleries worldwide."The depth of the glass provides an optical intensity that is very pleasing to the eyes, and this is what pure art looks like. This piece is heavy and it measures just over 9" inches high x 4" inches wide on top of the Asian style conical hat.
What began as an engraved signature that was somewhat unclear... along with the months of intensive research leaving me nowhere to turn, I finally hit the right contact that conveyed the definitive news describing exactly who made the piece, who designed the sculpture and even provided the timeline of its creation.
This Chinese figurine was indeed produced by "Master Elio Squarcina on a design by Lucio De Rai." It was created at the Mazzega Murano Srl in Venice, Italy during the period from 1975-1980. Knowing this vital information involving the creation of this rare masterpiece, completes my quest to know and share this key knowledge with you. This is most definitely a one-of-a-kind sculpture that will never be realized again; shaped by one of the true masters of raw glass!
Look for an image of Master Squarcina in the last photograph.
(A similar item was created by Andrea Tagliapietra of a Chinese Figure Kneeling, that currently retails for $516.87.)
Condition of this exquisite figure is very good, with only one slight mark on the rear of the figure next to the bottom. It has been gently and thoroughly cleaned and is ready for your home. This is truly a one of a kind sculpture that is unique, out of the ordinary and scarce!

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Vintage Signed Mazzega Glass Factory Sculpture from Venice, Italy

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: Glass, Sculpture, Figurine, Vintage, Art glass, Figure, Asian style, Oriental themed, Collectible, Murano, Solid, Asian Rice hat, Conical hat
  • Feedback: 48 reviews
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