Here is an exquisite 1950's Venetian white glass bowl with a frothy bubble effect known as the Pulegoso
technique. Made on the island of Murano
, near Venice, Italy, by famous manufacturers Venini
, designed by Carlo Scarpa
, and bears their two line acid stamp manufacturing mark to the base, which reads: "Venini, Murano"
. The mark is very faint as usual, but can just about be seen in the last picture. Hard to spot unless you know what to look for! Would make an excellent display piece.
Measures approx 2.5 inches tall by 3.5 inches in diameter at widest point.
Excellent condition, no chips or cracks, just a few dark specks in the glass, a natural result of the Pulegoso technique.