The Venini company uniquely applied a variety of it's early glass techniques in the shape of this vase. This piece uses white coloured "a Bollicine" (small bubbles) glass most prevalently used in the Carlo Scarpa era (1930s). This simple and elegant vase is an especially nice example of "a Bollicine" with it's visually interesting form, transparent white colouring, nice texture and excellently preserved condition.
Note, a picture from the Venini Catalogue Raisonne is included to show the form in Soffiati glass.
13cm H., 10cm D.
Venini "a Bollicine" Vase c 1932