Collection of 11 Murano Art Glass Cornucopia by Seguso 1950s-60s
Item e6566

A great collection of 10 Murano Art Glass Cornucopia by Archimede Seguso for Vetreria Artistica Archimede Seguso and Flavio Poli for Seguso Vetri d'Arte ca. 1950s-60s and one by Cristalleria Santi Murano. Two feature the original company lables and one is signed 'Archimede Seguso Murano'. The size of the smallest one is lenght: 3.2' inches (8 cm), height: 2.2' inches (5,5 cm). A classical design of the 60s which highlights every Murano Glass collection.

The Seguso family has been documented as glassmakers in Venice since the 14th century. Seguso Vetri d'Arte was founded in 1933 by several glass masters amoung Archimede, Ernesto and Alberto Seguso. In 1934 Flavio Poli became artistic director and in 1937 partner. In the 1950s and 60s the Sommerso, Valva and Siderale designs of Poli became very successsful. After the retirement of Poli in 1963 Mario Pinzoni took over the artistic direction. After economic difficulties and some name changes the company was liquidated in 1985. Giampaolo Seguso, son of Archimede Seguso, and his sons Gianluca, Pierpaolo and GianAndrea established Seguso Viro in 1993. In 2007 the family was able to buy back the Seguso Vetri d'Arte brand. Today the company still manufacturers under its historical name.

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Length: 9.84" (25 cm)
Height: 7.48" (19 cm)

Literature Reference:
Marc Heiremans, Seguso Vetri D'Arte, Stuttgart 2014, pages 43, 107 and 126
Leslie Pina, Archimede Seguso, Atgen 2007, pages 202 and 203
Rosa Barovier Mentasti, Adriano Berengo, The Secret of Murano, Venice 1997, page 48
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