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  • Baccarat

    Baccarat Zoo Monkey Sculpture

    $ 960,25

    Baccarat Zoo Monkey Sculpture. Gift box included.
    Height 7.8 in
    Numbered Edition
    Designer JAIME HAYON

  • Baccarat

    Baccarat Zoo Elephant Sculpture

    $ 1.458,61

    Baccarat Zoo Elephant Sculpture. Gift box included.

    Height 10.2 in
    Numbered Edition
    Designer JAIME HAYON

  • Baccarat

    Baccarat Zoo Duck Sculpture

    $ 1.142,58

    Baccarat Zoo Duck Sculpture. Gift box included.
    Height 6.5 in
    Numbered Edition
    Designer JAIME HAYON

  • Baccarat

    Baccarat Zoo Bear Sculpture

    $ 1.458,61

    Baccarat Zoo Bear Sculpture. Gift box included.
    Height 9.3 in
    Numbered Edition
    Designer JAIME HAYON

  • Venini

    Venini Jazz Murano glass sculpture

    $ 10.696,49

    Venini Sculpture “Jazz” in mouth-blown and hand-crafted grass green and red color Murano glass.
    h 34 cm, Ø 14 cm (Ø 5.51″, H 13.38″) Limited edition 32 pieces. Blown handmade glass sculpture in Grass Green and Red. Multicolored “Murrina” decorations and handmade flower are both applied when glass is still hot. Design Flo Perkins 2007, “The dessert collection”.

  • Baccarat

    Baccarat Cat crystal Sculpture

    $ 9.602,53

    Blown Baccarat crystal Cat Sculpture. Design Robert Rigot.
    1 pc – 22 cm x 19 cm h 55 cm (8.66″L x 7.5″W x 21.65″H)
    Weight of crystal block 16 kg

    The cat is synonymous of patience, independence, agility and adventures.

  • Venini

    Venini Geacolor Vase

    $ 4.436,61

    Venini Geacolor Vase in mouth-blown and hand-crafted multicolor Murano glass, gift-wrapped.
    1 pc – Ø 30 cm (11.81″D)
    Design: Gae Aulenti

    Several multicolored, blown glass layers are joined together in the geacolor technique, creating an abstract decorative piece that is both visually captivating and expertly crafted. read more...

    The techniques of transparency reflect the elegance and the quality of the « Made in Italy » mark, with an immediately recognisable design. With these techniques, the master-glassblowers give life to the most fantastic creations, touching objects of glass art with enthralling nuances of light. Geacolour is an iconic example. The technique used is mould-blowing, an alternative to free blowing, where the globe of molten glass is placed on the end of the blow pipe, and is then inflated into a carved mould. In that way, the shape and the texture of the bubble of glass is determined by the design on the interior of the mould rather than the skill of the glassworker.

    This beautiful Venini Glass vase is comprised of multiple blown glass layers of coloured glass built over a clear spherical matrix creating an abstract decorative piece that is both visually captivating and expertly crafted. The designer is Gae Aulenti, one of the most celebrated Italian architects and was launched into production by Venini in 1996. Gae Aulenti embraced a precise idea of Italian design, that is, creating products the user may establish both a functional and emotional relationship with: the object therefore has its own value besides its specific effectiveness, capable of engaging and conquering its own users and communicating with them and this is what Geacolour precisely does.

  • Venini

    Venini Bolle green/amber/violet 503.00 Bottle

    $ 2.734,90

    Venini Bolle Bottle blown in shape of bottle alternating grass green, amber yellow and violet Murano glass, gift-wrapped.
    1 pc – h 47,5 cm, Ø 14 cm, design Tapio Wirkkala 1966

    This Venini bottle employs the “Incalmo” technique where in two different types of glass, worked separately, are fused together to obtain, within a single object, separate areas differentiated by colors.

  • Venini

    Venini Where are my glasses? Under red 777.50

    $ 2.370,24

    Venini “Where are my glasses?” Under Vase 777.50, Red shaded Crystal
    1 pc – Ø cm 26 (10.23″D)

    Renowned designer, Ron Arad and Italian Murano glass manufacturer, Venini present ‘Where Are My Glasses?’ a new collection of vases that combine Arad’s distinctive style with Venini’s excellence in producing the highest quality art glass. This ‘Under’ variation in Red features Murano glass that is blown between the arms of the metal frames – creating a uniquely humorous and desirable piece for the home.
    Please note: The dimensions of the art pieces “Where Are My Glasses?” may vary by centimeters. read more...

    The uniqueness of VENINI’s production is given by handcraft procedures followed during all working processes.
    Some shades or bubbles, that might be found on the glass, underline that every single piece is entirely handmade and even if similar to the others, each single piece is unique.
    Where are my Glasses? by Ron Arad:
    A very frequently asked question is “where do your ideas come from?”. The answer is “ideas are all around me – too many of them if anything – the problem is not where to find ideas but which ideas you give time to. Occasionally an idea jumps the queue and is impossible to ignore.”
    I spent a lot of time recently designing glasses. I spent a lot of time recently blowing glass, so the idea of blowing glass into glasses sprouted from the verbal pun into reality. An idea that jumped the queue!
    The process started – sketches, modelling, rendering, making iron frames and the incredible Venini masters blowing molten glass into glasses. Not only an amazing exciting time by the furnaces, but also my favourite results – getting something better than one deserves.
    So, where are my glasses? Well, it’s transparent!

  • Venini

    Venini Yemen Vase

    $ 2.370,24

    Venini Yemen mouth-blown and hand-crafted Murano glass Vase, gift-wrapped.
    1 pc – Ø 25 cm, h 30 cm (9.84″D – 11.81″H)

    Yemen is a vase designed by Ettore Sottsass for Venini. Hand blow glass. Different shapes reflect one in the other, like magical memories of distant lands. In “Yemen”, emotion takes precedence over function.
    Handmade.
    Signed at base.
    Murano glass.
    Wipe clean with soft dry cloth.
    Made in Italy. read more...

    The Venini Yemen Vase was designed by Ettore Sottsass in 1994, the Italian-Austrian artist whose storied career touched everything from furniture to typewriters.

    Sottsass sought inspiration during his numerous travels around the world. The photos would be of architecture, houses, doors, people and situations involving dwellings and, in more general terms, the presence of humans on the planet which he then transposed into his works of art.

    The Venini hand blow glass vase with its different geometric shapes, circular shaped body and triangular neck and base reflect one in the other, like magical memories of distant lands. In “Yemen” vase, emotion takes precedence over function. Sottsass’s glass masterpieces are always complex organisms, designed as if they were characters. The artist-architect shatters the technical boundaries of the objects using different materials, in this case glass, bringing them to life. They are beings made of many elements that create a lively yet imaginary world emphasized by quirky colours and childlike forms.

    The technique used is Opal overlapping transparent coral red, milk-white, black and light green colours to the Milk-white one. Perfect for indoor home decor as container or strong statement piece.

  • Venini

    Venini Where are my glasses? Single lens red 777.51

    $ 1.762,49

    Venini “Where are my glasses?” Single lens Vase 777.51, Red 1 pc – Ø cm 25 (9,84″D)

    Renowned designer, Ron Arad and Italian Murano glass manufacturer, Venini present ‘Where Are My Glasses?’ a new collection of vases that combine Arad’s distinctive style with Venini’s excellence in producing the highest quality art glass. This ‘Single Lens’ variation in Red features Murano glass that is blown through a single lens of the metal frames – creating a unique and desirable art piece.
    Please note: The dimensions of the art pieces “Where Are My Glasses?” may vary by centimeters. read more...

    The uniqueness of VENINI’s production is given by handcraft procedures followed during all working processes.
    Some shades or bubbles, that might be found on the glass, underline that every single piece is entirely handmade and
    even if similar to the others, each single piece is unique.
    Where are my Glasses? by Ron Arad:
    A very frequently asked question is “where do your ideas come from?”. The answer is “ideas are
    all around me – too many of them if anything – the problem is not where to find ideas but which
    ideas you give time to. Occasionally an idea jumps the queue and is impossible to ignore.”
    I spent a lot of time recently designing glasses. I spent a lot of time recently blowing glass, so the
    idea of blowing glass into glasses sprouted from the verbal pun into reality.
    An idea that jumped the queue!
    The process started – sketches, modelling, rendering, making iron frames and the incredible
    Venini masters blowing molten glass into glasses.
    Not only an amazing exciting time by the furnaces, but also my favourite results – getting
    something better than one deserves.
    So, where are my glasses? Well, it’s transparent!

  • Venini

    Venini Bolle straw yellow/grass green 503.02 Bottle

    $ 1.640,94

    Venini Bolle Bottle blown in shape of bottle alternating grass green and amber yellow Murano glass, gift-wrapped.
    1 pc – h 25 cm, Ø 14 cm, design Tapio Wirkkala 1966

    This Venini bottle employs the “Incalmo” technique where in two different types of glass, worked separately, are fused together to obtain, within a single object, separate areas differentiated by colors.