"A Canne" (Canes) Pitcher and Tumbler

"A Canne" (Canes) Pitcher and Tumbler

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Object Name: 
A Canne (Canes) Pitcher and Tumbler
"A Canne" (Canes) Pitcher and Tumbler
Accession Number: 
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Not on Display
desgined about 1958
Credit Line: 
Gift of Venini
Primary Description: 
Colorless, transparent blue, purple, red, amber, green non-lead glasses; blown with cane decoration. A) Cylindrical shape, with slanting firepolished rim tooled into a pouring lip, tall collared neck, sloping shoulder into straight-walled body; overall decoration of vertical multi-colored cane striations cased with colorless; ground pontil; B) slightly irregular cylindrical shape tapering towards base, same overall striped decoration as A; rough pontil; unsigned.
Venini Glassworks, Source
Modern living : Gio Ponti and the twentieth-century aesthetics of design (2017) illustrated, p. 68, 70-71, 127, fig. 32;