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Rounded Handblown Murano Inspired Amber Art Glass Vase, "Curving Amber Palm Leaves"

Conjuring the shadows of slender palm leaves in the amber sun, Seguso Family... more

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Conjuring the shadows of slender palm leaves in the amber sun, Seguso Family artisans create an elegant art glass vase. Its graceful rounded shape moves upward and inward again in a harmony of proportion. They work in the age-old techniques of Murano glass brought from Italy to Brazil by Mario Seguso in 1954.

The presence of air bubbles accentuates the nature of the traditional hand blown crafting process, making each piece unique.

  • 2.24 kgs
  • 4.9 lbs
  • 28.5 cm H x 14 cm W x 12 cm D
  • 11.25" H x 5.5" W x 4.7" D

  • Blown glass
  • Watertight
  • Hand wash only
  • 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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Preserving Traditions

Preserving Traditions

Mario Seguso, the patriarch of the Seguso Family, was born in 1929 in Venice, Italy to one of the oldest and most famous blown glass artisan families on the island of Murano. His ancestors have crafted art glass since 1300. In 1956, Mario created his own workshop in Brazil. He has passed on his knowledge to his sons, grandsons and the artisans working with him. He is proud to have many assistants and to have trained eight glass masters in his workshop.

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The Seguso Family provides work for a number of full-time blown glass artisans.

Elder Master

Elder Master

This artist is an elder master and continues to actively practice their craft.

Caring for Children

Caring for Children

This artist supports children under the age of 18.

 
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