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Veronese Murano Glass Vases

Vittorio Zecchin | 1921
The Veronese was first blown in 1921, thanks to the creative intuition of the artist Vittorio Zecchin, Venini’s Art Dierctor from 1921 to 1925. read more...

Zecchin himself was inspired by the “Annunciation” painted in 1580 by Paolo Veronese and now conserved in the Gallerie dell’Accademia in Venice.
This design proved a great success and went on to become one of the icons of Venini. The Veronese vase is still produced today in various color versions and remains an icon of Italian design in the world. Every year the company proposes the vase with different colors, always with the style and elegance of the old master glassmakers.

A beautiful piece of furniture, the Veronese vase is completely handcrafted and blown by the masters of Murano. Each piece has unique characteristics in shape and color.

600.01
Ø 20 H 32 cm (7,87” – 12,59”)

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  • Venini

    Venini Veronese apple green Vase

    1.650,00 1.490,00

    Venini Veronese Vase in mouth-blown and hand-crafted red Murano glass, gift-wrapped.
    1 pc – Ø 20 cm, h 32 cm (7.8″D – 12.48″H)

    This gorgeous red vase or decorative object from Venini is sure to bring flair to any setting or side table.

  • Venini

    Venini Veronese aquamarine

    1.600,00 1.450,00

    Venini Veronese Vase in mouth-blown and hand-crafted aquamarine Murano glass, gift-wrapped.
    1 pc – Ø 20 cm, h 32 cm (7.8″D – 12.48″H)

    This gorgeous aquamarine vase or decorative object from Venini is sure to bring flair to any setting or side table. This piece is limited edition.
    Handmade. Signed at base. Murano glass. Wipe clean with soft dry cloth. Made in Italy.

    The “Veronese” vases from Venini are a design by the artist Vittorio Zecchin from 1921. The artist, who was Venini’s art director from 1921 to 1925, took inspiration from a painting by Paolo Veronese, finished in 1580, which is today kept at the Accademia Galleries in Venice: “The Annunciation”. The glass work was so successful, that it became the firm’s logo.

  • Venini

    Venini Veronese red Vase

    1.750,00 1.580,00

    Venini Veronese Vase in mouth-blown and hand-crafted taupe Murano glass, gift-wrapped.
    1 pc – Ø 20 cm, h 32 cm (7.8″D – 12.48″H)

    This gorgeous taupe vase or decorative object from Venini is sure to bring flair to any setting or side table.

    The “Veronese” vases from Venini are a design by the artist Vittorio Zecchin from 1921. The artist, who was Venini’s art director from 1921 to 1925, took inspiration from a painting by Paolo Veronese, finished in 1580, which is today kept at the Accademia Galleries in Venice: “The Annunciation”. The glass work was so successful, that it became the firm’s logo.

  • Venini

    Venini Veronese straw yellow Vase

    1.650,00 1.490,00

    Venini Veronese Vase in mouth-blown and hand-crafted straw yellow Murano glass, gift-wrapped.
    1 pc – Ø 20 cm, h 32 cm (7.8″D – 12.48″H)

    This gorgeous straw yellow vase or decorative object from Venini is sure to bring flair to any setting or side table.

    The “Veronese” vases from Venini are a design by the artist Vittorio Zecchin from 1921. The artist, who was Venini’s art director from 1921 to 1925, took inspiration from a painting by Paolo Veronese, finished in 1580, which is today kept at the Accademia Galleries in Venice: “The Annunciation”. The glass work was so successful, that it became the firm’s logo.

  • Venini

    Venini Veronese taupe Vase

    1.650,00 1.490,00

    Venini Veronese Vase in mouth-blown and hand-crafted taupe Murano glass, gift-wrapped.
    1 pc – Ø 20 cm, h 32 cm (7.8″D – 12.48″H)

    This gorgeous taupe vase or decorative object from Venini is sure to bring flair to any setting or side table.

    The “Veronese” vases from Venini are a design by the artist Vittorio Zecchin from 1921. The artist, who was Venini’s art director from 1921 to 1925, took inspiration from a painting by Paolo Veronese, finished in 1580, which is today kept at the Accademia Galleries in Venice: “The Annunciation”. The glass work was so successful, that it became the firm’s logo.

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