Vetro a scavo

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Object Name: 
Vetro a scavo
Accession Number: 
H: 36.5 cm, W: 29 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Red, ash gray glass; blown, applied bits, surface films or deposits. Teardrop shape with applied bits; rounded rim; heavy applied figures encircle the vessel and resemble primitive stick figures and a gazelle or antelope; many surfaces coated with a sooty substance in shades of light to dark gray and charcoal black; unsigned but with paper label on base "PAULY & C./Leon 428/".
Fifty-50 Gallery, Source
Venini and the Murano Renaissance: Italian Art Glass of the 1940s and 50s
Fifty-50 Gallery 1984 through 1984