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Umberto Bellotto, vase from 'Transparenti' series, ca. 1927

Umberto Bellotto, vase from 'Transparenti' series, ca. 1927

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Umberto Bellotto (1882-1940), vase from 'Transparenti' series, ca. 1927
greenish tinted glass, embedded regular bubble inclusions, decorated with two fused spiral handles and rotating band covers made of cobalt blue tinted glass
produced by Barovier & Toso, Murano, Italy
provenance: from the sample room of Pauly &. C.
27.2 cm (height)
marked on the bottom with manufacturer's label 'Pauly & C.'

excellent condition


variations of the piece are referenced in the following:
A. Gasparetto, Vetri di Murano 1860-1960, Verona 1960;
R. Barovier Mentasti, Vetri di Murano del '900, Venice 1977;
M. Quesada, L'arte del vetro. Silice de Fuoco: Vetri del XIX e XX secolo, exh. cat., Rome: Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Venice 1992;
F. Deboni, Murano '900. Vetri e Vetrani, Milan 1996. 


different examples of the series were exhibited here: 
III Biennale Arti Decorative, Villa reale, Monza, March - October 1927.

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