Murano glass vase no. 1732 CV 5236 MVM
c. 1925 - 1930
27 h x 24.3 d cm.
10 ⅝ h x 9 ½ d in.
This is a rare vase made by Vittorio Zecchin glass designer circa 1925 – 1930 by Venini & C. in Murano, Italy. It’s made of unique smoke-colored transparent glass. The neck has three undulating shapes that interrelate with the body of the vase. A similar example was exhibited at the 1st Biennale of Monza in 1923.
If you like this Vottorio Zecchin vase made by Murano glass maker Venini & C. glass, you may want to explore and learn about the architect Carlo Scarpa and his role as the artistic director of Venini & C.
Marino Barovier and Carla Sonego - Vittorio Zecchin - Transparent glass for Capellini and Venini 2017, pg. 305; 297, Milano, Italy, Skira editore S.p.A.