The Matt Vase presented on the given link is a stunning piece of glassware that exudes elegance and sophistication. Handcrafted in Murano, Italy, renowned for its centuries-old glassmaking tradition, this vase showcases exquisite craftsmanship. The vase features a unique matt finish, which adds a modern touch while maintaining a timeless appeal. Its sleek and contemporary design, combined with its beautiful colors and shapes, make it a perfect centerpiece or an exquisite decorative item for any home or office.Stretto Vase
The Stretto Vase is an elegant and sleek glassware item offered by Murano Glass Shop. This exquisite vase combines simplicity and sophistication with its slim, elongated design. Handcrafted by skilled Murano artisans, it showcases the renowned craftsmanship and artistry associated with authentic Murano glass. The Stretto Vase is a perfect addition to any space, adding a touch of contemporary elegance while effortlessly displaying flowers or standing-alone as a decorative object.Tondo Vases
The Tondo Vases are stunning and elegant glassware pieces available on Murano Glass Shop. These vases feature a spherical shape with a slim neck, crafted with exceptional skill and precision by expert artisans from Murano, Italy. Each vase is meticulously handmade using traditional glassblowing techniques, resulting in one-of-a-kind pieces with beautiful color variations and intricate patterns. With their timeless design and exquisite craftsmanship, the Tondo Vases serve as perfect decorative accents for any space or occasion.
Murano glass vases
On this page you can admire our Murano glass vases, the decorations can be of various types: with Murrine, with silver or gold. The crystal can be jacketed or excavated to imitate an antique vase.
A bit of history, the vases of Maestro Venini.
Venini Paolo (1895-1959), a Milanese by birth, a lawyer by profession, united the passion for art with a sense of business. In 1921 he founded in Murano the "Vetri Soffiati Muranesi Cappellin & Venini" which then, in 1925, dissolved to set up his own business. With the collaboration of Vittorio Zecchin, first and then by Napoleone Martinuzzi, he promoted Venetian craftsmanship to true art. In a first period the factory reproduced Venetian blown glass from the 15th and 16th centuries, taken from Renaissance paintings. During the '30s he experimented with new materials, developing also innovative techniques for the treatment of vitreous surfaces. Thus the "pulegoso" glass, the corroded, the compound, the diamond, the submerged, etc., are born
In the '40s and' 50s Venini presents new collections designed by the most famous architects and glass artists such as Carlo Scarpa, Gio Ponti, the Finnish Tapio Wirkkala, the young Paduan artist Bianconi, Tyra Lundgren not to mention that some. In '51 Venini presents the triennial of Milan a series of glasses, designed by Fulvio Bianconi: The pezzato glasses, bands and inclusions. His famous zazzfrey glass handkerchief vase is always from the 1950s.
Our vases can be used as works to admire or to contain a bouquet of flowers