ECHO BEACH GLASS
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : Italian : Venetian : Pre 1980 item #1340362 (stock #091)
Echo Beach Glass
$500.00
A charming expression of the Rosen Cavalier from the opera by Richard Strauss. Executed in clear crystal with a generous application of gold leaf and gold powder, it is the purity of the artist's choice of clear glass which guides the attribution to Archimede Seguso. The piece retains its label, and is in perfect condition. 13.5" x 7" x 6".
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : Italian : Venetian : Pre 1980 item #1187370 (stock #088)
Echo Beach Glass
$250.00
Superb classically-shaped vase with scavo texture and subtle iridescence. The scavo vessel is 11.5" tall and is in excellent condition, unmarked.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : Italian : Venetian : Pre 1980 item #1186939 (stock #080)
Echo Beach Glass
$500.00
A fine grouping of stylized creatures including a bird, a duck, a guinea hen, a bowl in crystal with gold aventurine. All of the pieces are in excellent condition, confirmed to me personally to be by Archimede Seguso by his son, Giampolo. Two retain their original Archimede Suguso Murano labels.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : Italian : Venetian : Pre 1950 item #868256 (stock #033)
Echo Beach Glass
sold
20th century glass Venetian Figurine in excellent condition, although unmarked, is probably made by Seguso or Barovier. I am advised by an expert in the field that the leaf supporting the figure at the base suggests Seguso. The polychrome canne jacket and the abundant gold leaf applications illustrate the mastery of the Muranese glassblowers. The figurine is 10.5" tall, in great condition, obviously kept in a cabinet over the years, and bears an import label.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : Italian : Venetian : Pre 1920 item #861302 (stock #032)
Echo Beach Glass
$1800. sold, thanks!
Like a Venice evening, this amazing murrine lamp rediates a soft, colorful ambiance when lit. The brass parts have a nice aged patina. The lamp had to be re-wired, as the original 90 year old vintage wire was frayed. Otherwise, the lamp remains in its original pristine condition and is an amazing example of the skill of the Murano Glassblowers. The lamp is documented in "Catalogo a stampa Fratelli Toso, 1920 ca",page 41.