Item # : AR_1444_PP10_A
In the best tradition of authentic Murano Glass, this vase combines artistry and craftsmanship in ways that only Murano artists have mastered. Using just a few simple tools and basic furnaces, Murano artisans and artists manage to create unique pieces that represent various artistic movements and styles. This gorgeous contemporary Murano Glass Bowl is an example of modern art at its best, born in the famous Murano glassmaking studio from a rare mix of passion, talent, and skill rooted in decades of working with glass. Glowing threads of blue, red, and amber glass wrap the vase, bringing to life the artist's vision influenced by trends from Impressionism of Monet to Abstract Expressionism of Kandinsky. The wavy, almost fluid form of the bowl completes the look and brings Venetian elegance to the design. Enjoy this beautiful vase in your home, or give it as a very special one-of-a-kind gift for a momentous occasion.
- Measurements: This Murano art glass vase measures about 19-20 inches in length and 13 inches in width. The height is about 8 inches.
- The bowl is very well packaged to ensure safe transit
- This is an authentic piece of Murano Glass. The vase comes with the sticker of Murano's official Glass-makers' Consortium and the certificate of authenticity, as well as the signature of the master artist on the bottom.
- The vase is a unique piece of art made by hand, hence some variations of colors and patterns as well as random bubbles inside glass are possible and serve as an additional assurance of authenticity of this Murano Glass Venetian vase.
Murano Glass vases, figurines, tumblers, and tableware often feature a unique look, where base layer of glass is decorated with colorful flowers, leaves, abstract glass streaks, or in other ways by applying stretched out dripping glass in various colors and shapes on top of a blown glass core. This technique requires precision, talent, and many years of experience working with Murano Glass. Murano Glass has unique characteristics which, when heated up, make it stretch and flow easily, and quickly cool off to form the desired pattern. Murano Glass masters in Venice often use this technique to create abstract Venetian glassware such as Picasso-style heads, vases, or sculptures, and other modern-art creations.