Small Oval Dish in Green Glass, Venini Murano ca. 1930s
Item e6558

A small glass dish in transparent green glass, most probably designed by Carlo Scarpa. Manufactured by Venini Murano Venice ca. 1930s. Acid etched signature "venini murano" on the base.

In 1921 Paolo Venini and Giacomo Cappellin founded a company that would become world famous. Under the artistic directions of Vittorio Zecchin the Vetri Soffiati Cappellin Venini & C. become the whiz kid of the golden 1920s. Over the decades, countless world-renowned artists like Napoleone Martinuzzi, Carlo Scarpa, Tomaso Buzzi, Fulvio Bianconi, Tuni Zuccheri, Thomas Stearns, Toots Zynski or Ettore Sottsass have enthusiastically worked for Venini, designing something very special with each of their new techniques and designs. The creations of Venini where honored with several awards. Till today Venini is one of the leading art glass manufacturies on Murano.

Measures:
Height: 1.77" (4.5 cm)
Depth: 6.5" (16.5 cm)

Literature Reference:
Kestner Museum, Modern Glass Venini Murano - Orrefors Schweden, Hannover 1957, page 11
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