V Nason Murano Sommerso Glass Geode Dish/ashtray, C.1970s/80s
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V Nason Murano Sommerso Glass Geode Dish/Ashtray, C.1970s/80s
V Nason Murano Sommerso Glass Geode Dish/Ashtray
This is a wonderfully simple &elegant piece of mid-twentieth century Italian Sommerso (Italian for "submerged")Art Glass from Murano, probably by the company V Nason (who were well-known for Sommerso vessels in this colour). It is a geometric, space-age geode ash tray or bowl, circa 1970-80, with a scoop of dark grey glass encased in a chunky clear square body.
Geometrically cut & polished, this is a verypretty piece, perfect for display or everyday use- a beautiful antique objet d'art.
For further examples & information, see Leslie Pina’s book, Italian Glass; Century 20 (ISBN-13 978-0764319297), which pictures similar pieces.
Measures8cm (3") on each side.
Very good – there is only age-related wear to the base. Displays very well indeed, and is also eminently usable. Please note, the damage in photo 8 (of the nibbles to the edge) happened after the other photos were taken, so the damage does not show on the other, earlier photos.
It willbe very securely wrapped & protected. Domestic insured for £6 – E.U., £12, the U.S. &Canada - £15, Australia, N.Z. and Japan, £17.
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