Fabulous 1960s MURANO Sommerso GEODE Bowl. With Blue, White and Yellow Cased Glass - and Controlled Bullicante
Fabulous 1960s MURANO Sommerso GEODE Bowl. With Blue, White and Yellow Cased Glass - and Controlled Bullicante
Fabulous 1960s MURANO Sommerso GEODE Bowl. With Blue, White and Yellow Cased Glass - and Controlled Bullicante
Fabulous 1960s MURANO Sommerso GEODE Bowl. With Blue, White and Yellow Cased Glass - and Controlled Bullicante
Fabulous 1960s MURANO Sommerso GEODE Bowl. With Blue, White and Yellow Cased Glass - and Controlled Bullicante
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Fabulous 1960s MURANO Sommerso GEODE Bowl. With Blue, White and Yellow Cased Glass - and Controlled Bullicante

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This glass is certainly a bit of a stunner - and as you can see from my photographs - a very complicated to make.

It is geode or kidney-shaped bowl - the interior is a vibrant clear blue shade - with a fine casing of opaque white glass - then cased with a bright yellow clear glass full of bullicante or controlled air bubbles. Then finished off with yet another layer of thick clear glass.

It is a show-stopper.

It was always designed as a sculptural bowl and was never an ashtray - it is also very chunky with a good bit of weight to it. So would have to send to you with Parcelforce48, signed and tracked - so that it arrives in tip-top condition with you. This pushes your postage costs up a little

It is 7 1/2 inches in length - and 6 inches depth - and with a height of 2 1/2 inches.

Weight: 1.6kg

The glass piece is not signed - and there are no labels on it - but it is certainly of style and quality to be a piece by Alfredo Barbini or possibly Seguso.

Good condition with no chips or cracks.

This is a rare bowl - and you will have to look long and hard for one of this quality and exquisite detail. It certainly looks better in "real life" than in my photographs.

Sadly, I wouldn't be able to post this internationally.