Murano sommerso bud vase 1950s
Bud shaped glass vase in a blue and purple sommerso technique.
Made in Murano, Venice Italy 1950s-1960s.
Original Murano export label on top, studio unidentified.
Sommerso (“submerged” in Italian), is a form of artistic Murano glass that has layers of contrasting colors (typically two), which are formed by dipping colored glass into another molten glass and then blowing the combination into a desired shape. The outermost layer, or casing, is often clear. Sommerso was developed in Murano during the late 1930s. Flavio Poli was known for using this technique, and it was made popular by Seguso Vetri d’Arte and the Mandruzzato family in the 1950s. This process is a popular technique for vases, and is sometimes used for sculptures.
Excellent condition, no chips or cracks.
Some scratches on the base underneath.
1 in stock
|6.5 × 6.5 × 22.5 cm
|Country of Manufacture
Artisanal, Italian, Mid century modern