Pink pulegoso glass vase
A handblown pink glass vase with little ears, 1960s. The technique used is pulegoso.
From the corning museum glass definitions: (italian, from the dialect word pulega, “bubble”) glass containing numerous bubbles of all sizes, produced by adding bicarbonate of soda, gasoline, or other substances to the melt. The bubbles make the glass semi-opaque and give the surface an irregular texture. Pulegoso was developed by napoleone martinuzzi (1892-1977) on the island of murano, italy, in the 1920s.
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|Dimensions||16 × 16 × 33.5 cm|