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

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

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Umberto Bellotto (1882-1940), vase from 'Trasparenti' series, ca. 1927
disc-shaped foot and trim in black pasta vitrea, light greenish tinted glass, embedded regular bubble inclusions, decorated with rotating band covers in black pasta vitrea
produced by Barovier & Toso, Murano, Italy

28.2 cm (height)
provenance: from the sample room of Pauly &. C.
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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