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Tris in light green glass Barovier ? Tuscania ?

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Posted 2 years ago

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Hornet
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Hi all .
I find this tris in a shop
They are 2 containers + an ashtray all in green glass very heavy containers are high about 7 Cm. the ashtray about 4 cm. It could be a factory Barovier the 30s ? or a kind of glass produced in Italy during the last century colling "Empoli Glass"
Here what i find : http://www.20thcenturyglass.com/glass_encyclopedia/murano_glass/empoliverde_glass/empoliverdeglass_home.htm
But in this case the tips are very irregular . Some one can Help me to identificate ?
Many Thanks to all friends of Collectors Weekly

Knowledge is Power .
Ciao.

Mystery Solved

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  1. Hornet Hornet, 2 years ago
    Thnks Bellini : )
  2. Hornet Hornet, 2 years ago
    Hi friends
    The type of machining approaches the "ROSTRATO" but in this case the glass is green and very heavy.
    I find this on Web : http://www.antiquehelper.com/item/353109
    Ercole Barovier "Mugnoni" ???
  3. Hornet Hornet, 2 years ago
    I find what the red Label under the ashtray means . I add one more pictures . This is the original label from the shop in Milan ( Argenteria Bernasconi since 1872 still here in Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery ) in down Town Milano .
  4. Hornet Hornet, 2 years ago
    Hi Friends
    I definitely resolv this Mistery .
    http://www.museodeibozzetti.it/index.php?id=386
    99 % Carlo Scarpa for Venini 1930 "Vetro Bugnato" very rare pieces .
    Wow definitely soddisfy : )
  5. vetraio50 vetraio50, 2 years ago
    Ciao Hornet and congratulations on your discovery! Sei felice, ... te lo meriti!
    I'd worked out it was in the Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery but had no idea about the shop. Really high end!
    Vetro bugnato!
    Ciotole a bugno!
    Now I realise what the guys in Czechoslovakia were copying!

    Thank you for the link to the Museo dei Bozzetti!
    Great exhibition!

    Quella vita ch'è una cosa bella,
    non e' la vita che si conosce,
    ma quella che non si conosce;
    non la vita passata,
    ma la futura.
    Coll'anno nuovo,
    il caso comincera' a trattar bene
    voi e me e tutti gli altri
    e si principierà la vita felice.

    Tanti auguri!
  6. Hornet Hornet, 2 years ago
    FANTASTICO ! Vetraio . I like when you speaks Italians and you're soo far from Italy . I apreciate .
    Yes great discovery : ) I'm HaPpY .
    Here some that probably Interest you a lot .
    [url=http://postimage.org/image/tdccpbj7n/][img]http://s13.postimage.org/tdccpbj7n/Scan0001.jpg[/img][/url]

    This is one page of the catalog that Venini publicated in 1940 name : " Catalogo-Blu " he give this to all the customers and was not on sale . Now you can find the all catalog on This book : I Vetri Venini . Edizioni Umberto Allemandi . ISBN 88-422-0208-8 .
    I have from the public library ( cover cost 150,000 Lire )
    .
    I hope enjoy . Have a very nice Day .
    Albert
  7. Hornet Hornet, 2 years ago
    <a href='http://postimage.org/image/tdccpbj7n/' target='_blank'><img src='http://s13.postimage.org/tdccpbj7n/Scan0001.jpg' border='0' alt="Scan0001" /></a>
  8. Hornet Hornet, 2 years ago
    http://s13.postimage.org/v55bk82kn/Scan0001.jpg
  9. vetraio50 vetraio50, 2 years ago
    Thanks for the Venini reference, Alberto!

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