Item # : DP_VE58_BL
This beautiful silver glass vase born in the fire of world-famous Murano Glass furnaces features elegant contemporary form and gorgeous colors. An amazing web of rich blue, almost liquid, glass wraps around genuine silver foil-lined base for a unique and striking look. Designed to be a highlight in any room of your home, this vase offers a perfect way to add famous Murano craftsmanship and Venetian heritage to your interior design. This gorgeous Venetian glass decorative vase also makes a fine luxurious gift full of history, art, and meaning for special occasions such as weddings, anniversaries, and birthdays.
Our beautiful authentic Murano Glass vase was painstakingly created by hand using only traditional glass-making methods by a third-generation Murano maestro, whose work is displayed in private collections and in museums worldwide.
This Murano silver glass vase is approximately 10 inches tall and 5 inches wide in in its widest part. The vase has etched signature of the master on its side. Attached sticker of official Murano Glass Consortium further proves its Murano origin, as does the certificate of authenticity that comes with the vase.
Because each Murano Glass piece is a unique work of art made by hand, slight variations of colors and patterns are possible.
This is a spectacular piece. Thank you. I have very light blue walls and have periwinkle bedroom fabrics in the room. This vase tends to show casts of silver and sometimes gold pending on the light and time of day. I’m anxious for my home to be completed with new furniture and display my many new pieces
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
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.