Stehlampe Seguso Vetri d Árte 03 PS seamless final

Rare Glass Standing Lamp of the signifcant Glass Manufactory Seguso Vetri d`Arte

Italy - Murano around 1950

Beau­ti­ful­ly craft­ed in amber-col­ored mouth-blown glass, with so-called gold­stone inclu­sions, this large floor lamp fea­tures a large glass base and a vase-shaped glass shade. 

The lamp body is made of dif­fer­ent glass ele­ments with a ribbed sur­face. A stun­ning mid-cen­tu­ry floor lamp that brings radi­ance to any envi­ron­ment, whether it be mod­ern or clas­sic design.

Segu­so Vetri d’Arte:

The Segu­so fam­i­ly has been a lead­ing glass man­u­fac­tur­er in Venice since the late 13th cen­tu­ry. Dur­ing the first half of the 20th cen­tu­ry, two com­pa­nies were of impor­tance. One of them was Segu­so Vetri d’Arte, which was a col­lab­o­ra­tion of sev­er­al glass artists, includ­ing Archimede Segu­so (190999). Of great sig­nif­i­cance was the artis­tic direc­tion of Flavio Poli (190084), who made a last­ing impact with his impres­sive sense of mod­ern forms, col­ors, and pat­terns. Vetre­ria Archimede Segu­so was found­ed in 1946 when Segu­so opened his own work­shop to pur­sue a new approach to glass design. Both fur­naces were named Segu­so, and each pro­duced the most beau­ti­ful glass art­works of Venice using dif­fer­ent techniques.

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