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    Posted 6 years ago

    Hornet
    (67 items)

    Hi , everyone .
    Find this amazing very big pitcher in a wonderful Blue Cobalt soo intense .
    Silvered inside and with one arm .
    Shape is like most of art Nouveau style , have a bubble inside and is hand made . But i'm not sure who is the manufacture (Napoleone Martinuzzi ? or Czech republic ? Loetz ?) . any suggestion ?
    any way i was happy if some one can help me .
    Thanks .
    Albert

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    1. Hornet Hornet, 6 years ago
      Thanks everyone : ) No info about this pitcher ?
      Ciao . Albert
    2. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 6 years ago
      Very hard to tell... I guess Mtinuzzi's work should be well documented and this woulad appear as his somewhere. the Lötz, or any other bohemian/Austrian company is a posibility too.
    3. Hornet Hornet, 6 years ago
      Thanks austrohungaro . I have to documented about Martinuzzi and May be this is the time i have to buy the Book "I vetri Venini - Allemandi"
      http://www.allemandi.com/dett_libri.php?id=410
      Ciao , Albert
    4. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 6 years ago
      You're welcome, Hornet.

      There is another interesting book on Martinuzzi, which is the catalogue for the Martinuzzi exhibition in Isola di San Giorgio Maggiore a couple of years ago. I think it was ublished by Skira, but not 100% sure about it.

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