This black "Diamond" vase by Flavio Poli for Mandruzzato in the 70s is a piece of Italian glass art remarkable for its shape and sober color.
The vase is made of blown glass and has an intricate geometric shape reminiscent of a cut diamond, with flat and raised facets that reflect in the light to create a sparkling effect.
The black color is deep and vibrant , and it is achieved by a technique of mixing clear glass and colored glass which gives a translucent and almost luminescent appearance. The body of the vase is supported by a thick glass base, which gives an impression of stability and weight.
The combination of intricate shape and color gives this vase a stunning presence that immediately catches the eye . It is both modern and elegant, and is an excellent example of the expertise and creativity of Flavio Poli and the Seguso manufactory in producing superior quality glass art pieces.
Material: murano glass
- Width: 5 cm
- Height: 16 cm
Condition: This item is in very good vintage condition.
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