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Art Glass Decorative Bowl in Amber and Blue from Brazil, "Fascinating Splash"

Combining blue and amber-hued pigments, the Brazilian artisans of the Molinari... more

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Combining blue and amber-hued pigments, the Brazilian artisans of the Molinari Family create a fascinating decorative bowl. They work in the Murano style, blowing the vase by hand from glass so that it displays petite bubbles in its splash-like shape.

  • 4.70 kgs
  • 10.4 lbs
  • 17 cm H x 35.5 cm W x 18 cm D
  • 6.75" H x 14" W x 7" D

  • Glass
  • This hand blown item may vary slightly in color, size and shape
  • Made in Brazil.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in Brazilicon info
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Claudia

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08/03/2023

"Shouldn t have waited so long to buy…"

I don t normally leave reviews but have to make an exception in this case. This is a beautiful piece, substantial and well made. Nice to see there are still places where craftsmanship matters. I ve wanted to buy this for YEARS but worried my kids were too small to have a gorgeous piece of glass around. I needn t have worried, I wished I d bought it sooner.

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Eloquence, Unique Handblown Murano Inspired Glass Bowl Centerpiece

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Lois

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08/01/2022

"Heirloom piece for sure."

Heirloom piece for sure. I found this, ordered it and took it out of the box on arrival. It was so beautiful it too my breath away. So beautiful, beyond words

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Radiant Waves, Hand Blown Art Glass Centerpiece with Spiral Motif

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Lynn

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06/23/2022

"Stunningly beautiful and substantial (not flimsy)."

I would post a picture but it looks exactly like the picture on Novicas site. It is exceptionally beautiful.

Best Uses

  • Table top decoration or vase

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Lynn

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06/23/2022

"The colors are substantially lighter & creamier with 1 swirls. It is 18 wide note 13.5!"

First, I want to say, it is huge. It is not 13.5 wide - it is 18 wide. I wanted one that looked like the picture -with the medium to dark amber color and the swirls in the middle. The one they sent is a very light creamy amber, not the see through amber I expected. It is pretty but too large for my table and wanted it to be close in amber color of the vase I also ordered through Novica.

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Amber Eloquence, Murano Style Handblown Art Glass Centerpiece

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Lois

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04/13/2022

"Hand blown glass"

Beautiful hand blown glass. Will sell well in my gallery.

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Kathy

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01/29/2022

"Beautiful!"

This is a work of art - it is heavier than I thought it would be; placed in a window with sunlight coming through the two-toned colors creates a perpetual inspiration.

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Abstract Combination, Blue and Amber Murano-Style Art Glass Vase from Brazil

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Antonio Carlos and his brother, Paulo Molinari, learned the ancient hand-blown glass technique as apprentices of the Italian master, Aldo Bonora, who came to Brazil from Murano Island. After eight years, they opened their own workshop in 1962. Considered among the most brilliant and talented hand-blown glass makers in the country, they have trained a number of glass artisans and have formed masters that have worked with them for more than 30 years.

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More than fifty years ago, Antonio Carlos and Paulo Molinari set up their workshop with a small group of artisans. Today they have trained many more artisans and family members, who all work with them.

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