Murano Venetian Italian ArT GLaSs Alfredo Barbini for CENEDESE TABLE Cigarette LIGHTER & HOLDER Sommerso Gold Aventurine Bullicante Made in Murano, Italy Reasonable offers cheerfully entertained and frequently accepted! This beautiful, classic Murano Cenedese Italian art glass Table Lighter & Cigarette Holder. An Alfredo Barbini creation from about 1950. Adorned with metallic gold dust (aventurine) and the controlled bubble pattern known as bullicante.
Pontil/base ground-flat and polished, with expected fine shelf-wear. DIMENSIONS: LIGHTER - 4" wide (10.2 cm) x 3½" tall HOLDER - 3" high (7.62 cm) x 2½" wide WEIGHT: 1 Pound, 7 Ounces 650 g. Combined CONDITION: Both are in excellent vintage condition!MORE PHOTOS & DISCUSSION in DESCRIPTION Section. SUPERB Smoking SET Murano BARBiNi Cenedese LIGHTER & HOLDER Vintage Gold Italian Art GLaSs BULLiCANTE. Item pictured is same one you will receive. View Our Other Items For Sale. Please carefully inspect all the photos. Try to ignore any flash, reflection or.
Reasonable offers cheerfully entertained and frequently accepted! Offered here is this beautiful, classic Murano Cenedese Italian matching art glass Table Lighter & Cigarette Holder set. Alfredo Barbini creations from about 1950, their shapely forms are adorned with metallic gold dust (aventurine) and the controlled bubble pattern known as bullicante.
All original, they are without. Shown in both warm and cool lighting.
Gift for a art glass. Lovely, true classic Barbini pieces! (10.2 cm) x 3.
Tall HOLDER - 3 high (7.62 cm) x 2. WEIGHT: 1 Pound, 7 Ounces 650 g. CONDITION: Both are in excellent vintage condition!
We remain at your disposal for any further information. FULL CONDITION REPORT : We thoroughly inspected this set and found that no cracks, chips, nicks, scuffs, flea bites, flakes, hairlines, repairs, stains, residue, evidence of grinding or signs of restoration could be seen or felt. Any natural indentations, bubbles, tool marks, carbon/ash deposits, and/or any other natural textural features are all original and normal for hand blown glass. Wear to base is normal and consistent with age. Please review all high resolution photos, at full size, in forming your own opinions.The GINO CENEDESE and SON glassworks owes its name to the founder, belonging to a family of ancient roots from Murano. In 1946, at the end of the war, encouraged by the new times he founded the GINO CENEDESE & C glassworks. Under his guidance the glassworks, enjoyed a great stimulus establishing itself both at a national and international level because of the high quality of the production. Alongside the ancient tradition of glassmaking at Murano with the production of blown glass, goblets, vases, plates and world-famous Venetian chandeliers, Gino Cenedese was able to expand into the attractions of contemporary art, to the continuous research into new ways of enhancing and interpreting the properties of glass, a fascinating and brilliant material. From the collaboration with different artists beginning in the Fifties historical objects were involved in important national and international exhibitions (at the Venice Biennale of 1950 with sculptures created in part with the prototypes of the master Barbini , in 1952 with fascinating and innovative blocks with submerged figures and abstract motifs types of aquariums - by Riccardo Licata; in 1954 with the creation of "Little Theatre and Window" by the designer Fulvio Bianconi).
Near Venice has been producing glass since the thirteenth century 1292. Having been banned from mainland Venice, for threat of fire hazard, t. First produced beads and mirrors, soon progressing to chandeliers and architectural stained glass for Italys hundreds of churches, chapels and basilicas. Soon they widened their output to include pressed glass, tableware and art glass.The surge in popularity of beautiful, high quality decorative glass in the post-war boom. Mid-20th-century expansion in demand and production on Murano. Notable designers include Flavio Poli, Archimede Seguso, Ricardo Licata, Gino Cenedese, Paolo Venini, Antonio Salviati, Dino Martens, Martinuzzi, Mandruzzato and Ercole and Angelo Barovier to name but a very few. The hardworking Italian glassblowers of Murano can truly be called the Godfathers of modern day glass.
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