NEW Venini Deco Vase Paraiba Matt Small

NEW Venini Deco Vase Paraiba Matt Small 707.08 with a gift box.
New Collection 2023.

Available on backorder

Shipping time: up to 20 days

Original price was: 590,00€.Current price is: 502,00€.

Previous lowest price was 502,00.

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EAN: 8028770295879 707.08 Paraiba Sandblasted , , ,

A breath of summer freshness guides us to the discovery of the new Venini collection, inspired by the fascinating color of summer: Paraiba. The intense green of the precious gem evokes the energy and liveliness of tropical landscapes, enriching Venini’s iconic collection with vibrant shades and a unique and exciting visual experience. Venini 2023’s new  summer colour Paraiba is perfect for modern environments.

Rhythm: this is the word that defines the shape of the Deco series of vases. The rings are repeated, one after another. They increase, decrease, then increase again. They seem to move like circles in the water with ripples and reflections. This movement is a dance.

Venini Deco Vase Paraiba Matte Small characteristics:
  • Brand: Venini
  • Model: Deco
  • Material: Murano Glass
  • Size: Ø 17 x H 18 cm (6,69” – 7”)
  • Weight: Kg: ~ 1,8 (Lb ~ 3,97)
  • New Paraiba Colour
  • Designed by Napoleone Martinuzzi in 1930.
  • Signed at base.
  • Wipe clean with soft dry cloth.
  • Made in Italy.
  • Gift box included.

VENINI has always created objects with a timeless design that are destined to appreciate in value. Thanks to the excellence of quality, the high artistic content, and the manufacturing value intrinsic to each piece, the hammer prices of VENINI glassware reach record figures at major auctions; in fact, the highest price ever paid for a Murano art object was for a VENINI piece, “La Sentinella di Venezia” of 1962, which fetched 737 thousand dollars.

Creations bearing the Venini signature have become part of the permanent collections of museums of such calibre as the Metropolitan Museum and MoMA in New York, the Fondation Cartier in Paris, and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Venini’s own museum contains 45,000 drawings, 10,000 vintage photos and 4,000 works of art, making it the most valuable historical archive of modern and contemporary glass art.