Vintage Murano Venetian Italian ArT GLaSs Geode Bowl Sommerso 2-Color Blues Massello Made in Murano, Italy Reasonable offers cheerfully entertained & often accepted! OnMyWatch is proud to offer you this beautiful Italian Murano art glass geode bowl, circa the 1950s, by Gino Cenedese & C. Decorated with a two-blue color scheme, it is a stunning piece.
Pontil/base is ground-flat and highly polished. It is even more beautiful in person! Excellent addition to any art glass collection, or a thoughtful gift for a special person--including yourself!
DIMENSIONS: 6" long (15.25 cm) x 5½" wide x 2½ high WEIGHT: 2 Pounds, 2 Ounces 964 g. ½ ¼ ¾ -inches CONDITION: Free from any damage or restoration, perfect condition. Vintage GEODE Bowl MURANO Venetian Italian ArT GLaSs Blue ITALY Ashtray CENEDESE.
Item pictured is same one you will receive. Try to ignore any flash, reflection or cast shadow. Reasonable offers cheerfully entertained & often accepted! Is proud to offer you this beautiful Italian Murano art glass geode bowl, circa the 1950s, by Gino Cenedese & C.
Decorated with with a two-blue color scheme, it is a stunning piece. An excellent addition to any art glass collection, or a thoughtful gift for a special person. DIMENSIONS: 6 long (15.25 cm) x 5. WEIGHT: 2 Pounds, 2 Ounces 964 g. Free from any damage or restoration, perfect condition.Expected shelf-wear to flat base from age. We thoroughly inspected this piece and. Cracks, chips, nicks, scuffs, flea bites, flakes, hairlines, repairs or evidence of grinding. Can be seen or felt. Any natural indentations, bubbles, tool marks and/or any other natural textural features are all original to this piece and normal for hand blown glass. Wear to the base is consistent with age. Please review all high-resolution photographs, at full size, in forming your own opinions. We remain at your disposal for any further information. We always promptly leave you great feedback and we strive with every customer to earn our own sterling feedback. We don't sell damaged goods, ever! We clean & thoroughly examine each piece. OnMyWatch only offers first-class, top-notch, supreme quality, undamaged vintage merchandise. Anything out of the ordinary is accurately described. We are expert packers and wrapping is "EASY-OPEN"! We use only the best lightweight packing materials and overpack to insure that your treasure arrives in great condition.
Packing with our own'easy-open' technique! You never have to slice your way in--clearly marked " Pull Tab to Open ". We are lifelong collectors who diligently search to find the very best genuine articles at the best prices! At the time this was created, few Murano furnaces were engraving maker's marks on most of their works. Many glasshouses put paper/foil labels on theirs, which are sometimes remaining but, too frequently were removed or worn off over the years.Fortunately, the individual designer's style in this case was distinctive enough to allow comparison from one labeled piece to one without a label. This can also be positively identified using online Murano resources. BEWARE of FAKE Murano Glass! All Murano art glass is made on the small Italian island group of Murano--in Venice bay. Even those glassblowers who may have learned in Italy, or have ancestors from Murano, don't make'Murano glass'! The Chinese have for the past 20-years been trying to copy Murano birds, free-forms, fish, sailboats, vases--producing inferior quality items that they mass-produce in China and flood the U. Market, trying to pass them off as genuine. Any item labeled " Murano Cristalleria Ann Primrose ", " Murano Minchella Collection ", " Murano Stile d'Art " " VEISES-MURANO " or " Murano Glassware " are easily recognized as one of the more common Chinese knock-off brands. Many fakes are not labeled, or have telltale labels removed!
It takes examining and studying hundreds of examples to know for sure, but here is a quick clue. Thumbnail advice : The fakes are usually crude, inferior work, that when labeled almost always say "Murano" and almost. They rarely have metallic inclusions flakes/dust, a. And when they do it is.At OnMyWatch, we are experienced collectors who only offer genuine, vintage Murano art glass! Feel free to message us, with a photo or item number, for a free opinion. We'll tell you if we think it is genuine--even if it is not ours! Near Venice has been producing glass since the thirteenth century 1292. Having been banned from mainland Venice, for the threat of fire hazard, t. First produced beads and mirrors, soon progressing to chandeliers and architectural stained glass for Italys hundreds of churches, chapels and basilicas. Soon they widened their output to include pressed glass, tableware and art glass. The surge in popularity of beautiful, high quality decorative glass in the post-war boom. Mid-20th-century expansion in demand and production on Murano. Notable designers include Flavio Poli, Archimede Seguso, Ricardo Licata, Gino Cenedese, Paolo Venini, Antonio Salviati, Dino Martens, Martinuzzi, Mandruzzato and Ercole and Angelo Barovier to name but a very few.
The hardworking Italian glassblowers of Murano can truly be called the Godfathers of modern day glass. The GINO CENEDESE and SON glassworks owes its name to the founder, belonging to a family of ancient roots from Murano. In 1946, at the end of the war, encouraged by the new times he founded the GINO CENEDESE & C glassworks.
Under his guidance the glassworks, enjoyed a great stimulus establishing itself both at a national and international level because of the high quality of the production. Alongside the ancient tradition of glassmaking at Murano with the production of blown glass, goblets, vases, plates and world-famous Venetian chandeliers, Gino Cenedese was able to expand into the attractions of contemporary art, to the continuous research into new ways of enhancing and interpreting the properties of glass, a fascinating and brilliant material. From the collaboration with different artists beginning in the Fifties historical objects were involved in important national and international exhibitions (at the Venice Biennale of 1950 with sculptures created in part with the prototypes of the master Barbini, in 1952 with fascinating and innovative blocks with submerged figures and abstract motifs types of aquariums - by Riccardo Licata; in 1954 with the creation of "Little Theatre and Window" by the designer Fulvio Bianconi). PHOTOGRAPHY POLICY : Photos are considered part of the listing description. We try to give you as close to an "in-person" view as possible.That said, we shoot items in as best light and angle as shows their true beauty. Any unusual white or yellow spots you may perceive on a photo are usually glare, due to our photographic technique, unless otherwise noted.
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