Fabulous MURANO Geode Bowl /Dish ALFREDO BARBINI Pink & Gold CIRCUS TENT Italian ArT GLaSs... With AVENTURINE BULLICANTE SOMMERSO techniques Dimensions - 6¼" wide (15.9 cm) x 2" high In excellent condition, only mild wear on the base Mid-century Attributed to Alfredo Barbini, not signed Questions? Please feel free to message us.
Satisfaction is guaranteed - 30-day FREE return Shown in both warm and cool lighting. DIMENSIONS: 6¼" wide (15.9 cm) x 2" high WEIGHT: 2¼-Pounds 1021 g. CONDITION: Excellent Vintage: Free from any damage or restoration. In gift, or collector-grade, condition.Vintage MURANO Venetian Bowl Dish Italian ArT GLaSs Italy SOMMERSO Bullicante AVENTURINE. Try to ignore any flash, reflection or cast shadow. Item pictured is the same one you will receive. View My Other Items For Sale. CIRCUS TENT Murano Geode Bowl /Dish. Dimensions - 6¼" wide (15.9 cm) x 2" high. In excellent condition, only mild wear on the base. Attributed to Alfredo Barbini, not signed.
Please feel free to message me. Satisfaction is guaranteed - 30-day FREE return. Shown in both warm and cool lighting. View Our Other Items For Sale. Bringing you the very BEST of Murano!ALFREDO BARBINI Italian ArT GLaSs. Sommerso Gold Aventurine Circus Tent Design Geode. Reasonable offers cheerfully entertained & often accepted!
Glass geode bowl, a cirtus tent design in pink and white, with rich golden 24k aventurine! Shown in both warm and cool lighting to fully display it's visual versatility. Is intense, yet subtle, rich, elegant and well-proportioned 6. Thick and heavy, weighing in at 2. The design is very characteristic of Barbini's work, one of the top.
Talented master glass artists of the 1950s era. Excellent addition to a classic art glass collection, or a thoughtful gift for a special person. As always, it's completely. DIMENSIONS: 6¼" wide (15.9 cm) x 2" high. Free from any damage or restoration.
FULL CONDITION REPORT: We thoroughly inspected this piece and found no cracks, chips, nicks, scuffs, flea bites, flakes, hairlines, notable scratches, repairs with no evidence of grinding. 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.
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Requested by you by paying for all items on. Alfredo Barbini, a glass artist born in 1912 on the islands of Murano in the lagoon of Venice, Italy, he was one of Murano's leading figures of the twentieth century. His parents were members of families which had been prominent in the glassmaking industry on Murano for generations as glassblowers and beadmakers.
Career: Barbini began his long career in 1925 at the age of 13, working in the S. In 1929 he joined Cristalleria di Venezia e Murano as a master glassblower. From 1936 to 1944 he was a partner and master glassblower at Societa Anonima Vetri Artistici Murano, known as S.
Following World War II Barbini worked as master glassblower and designer successively with Archimede Seguso and Napoleone Martinuzzi, then became a partner with Vetreria Vistosi and, later, Gino Cenedese. With financial assistance from the firm of Salviati & C. For whom he produced products, he formed in 1950 his own glass firm, Vetreria Alfredo Barbini (reorganized in 1983 as Alfredo Barbini Srl). His firm exhibited his work at the Venice Biennales from 1950 to 1961. Near Venice has been producing glass since the thirteenth century.
Having been banned from mainland Venice, for. 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. Please simply notify us that you would like to combine and when you have finished shopping. (within one week's time).
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