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MVM Cappellin & C. Murano Art Glass Octopus, 1929 Design By Carlo Scarpa.

MVM Cappellin & C. Murano Art Glass Octopus, 1929 Design By Carlo Scarpa.

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MVM Cappellin & C. Murano art glass octopus, 1929 design by Carlo Scarpa. The body cased in green, with canework eyes and six green tentacles. A similar example is housed at the Murano Glass Museum. Very good condition with no chips, cracks, or repairs.


23 x 21.5 cm.


excellent condition


variations of this piece can be found in the following:

M. Barovier, C. Sonego, herausgegeben von, The MVM Cappellin glassworks and the young Carlo Scarpa: 1925-1931, Ausstellungskatalog (Venedig, Giorgio Cini Foundation, 10. September 2018 – 6. Januar 2019), Mailand 2018, S.

F. Deboni, Murano ‘900, Milan 1996;

M. Barovier, Carlo Scarpa: Venini 1932-1947, exh. cat., Venice: Le Stanze del Vetro, Milan 2012.


similar examples were exhibited at the following:
IV Triennale di Monza, Palazzo dell'Arte dellla Triennale, Milan, May - November 1930.

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