return to search results
VENINI - Vase

Veronese Opalino

Vase

VENINI

Design by Vittorio Zecchin

£ 1,700.00
SELECT COLOUR
  • White
  • Yellow
  • Lilac
  • Maroon
  • Military green
  • Light grey
  • Slate blue
SELECTED COMBINATION
  • Composition: Blown glass
  • Dimensions: Height: 12.48 inches Width: 7.8 inches
  • Product code:58007936RP
  • More info
Shipping Times Cost
Standard Delivery in 4-6 working days
£ 7.00
Express Delivery in 2-3 working days
£ 12.00
Next Day Delivery guaranteed next working day
£ 22.50
Saturday Delivery guaranteed on Saturday morning
£ 32.00
EXPRESS UPGRADE ON ORDERS OVER £150

Delivery is guaranteed on the 2nd working day for orders placed by 3:30 p.m. GMT.
Working days are Monday to Friday. Orders are shipped from Italy.
Free pick up for your returns: you have 7 working days from delivery to follow our quick and easy return procedure.
More about this item
Limited Edition of 90 pieces per colour
Blown and handworked vase in Murano glass.
Venini, on occasion of the company’s 90th anniversary, presents a special edition of the famous Veronese vase: designed by Vittorio Zecchin based on the painting “The Annunciation“ by Paolo Veronese. The Veronese vase has been a Venini symbol since 1921. The collection is made in 12 opaline colours, of notable chromatic impact and strongly symbolic.
Handmade In Italy
More about Vittorio Zecchin
Vittorio Zecchin (Murano 1978 – 1947) attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice. In 1914, alongside the painter Teodoro Wolf Ferrari, he presented a series of glass items created at the Barovier glassworks and during the Great War the artist set up a tapestry laboratory in an old convent on Murano. He showed his works, glass artworks, painted tapestries at the Venice, Milan, Rome, Monza, Turin and Paris Biennials. Zecchin taught at the Abate Zanetti of Murano and the Vendramin vocational school of tapestry and needlework of Venice; and from 1921 to 1925 he was artistic director of the Murano glass blowing company Cappellin Venini & Co. Vittorio Zecchin was one of the greatest protagonists and innovators of Murano glass art.
Back to top