1970s Mid-Century Modern Purple and Blue Murano Glass Ashtray


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A murano glass ashtray designed and manufactured In Venice in the Seventies and attributed to Seguso, it's il lovely condition. This Ashtray is a masterpiece that encapsulates the artistic brilliance and craftsmanship for which Murano glass is renowned. Crafted during the iconic Mid-Century Modern period, this ashtray showcases a unique blend of rich colors, organic forms, and glasswork mastery. The ashtray is characterized by its exquisite use of color – a stunning combination of purple and blue hues. These shades were popular during the era for their ability to evoke a sense of opulence and creativity. The transition between the two colors is likely to be fluid, creating a captivating gradient effect that adds depth and visual interest to the piece. The Murano glass used for this ashtray is carefully hand-blown and shaped, reflecting the meticulous craftsmanship that is synonymous with Murano glassmaking. The ashtray's design is a harmonious marriage of form and function. The undulating, organic shape of the glass resembles a natural element, mirroring the emphasis on nature-inspired forms often seen in Mid-Century Modern design. In essence, this Murano Glass Ashtray exemplifies the era's design philosophy of blending art with functionality. Its vibrant colors, organic form, and masterful glasswork make it a true testament to the artistry of Murano glass and the Mid-Century Modern movement, offering a glimpse into the creative spirit of the time. Attributed to: Seguso (Manufacturer) Dimensions: Height: 2.76 in (7 cm)Width: 5.91 in (15 cm)Depth: 4.73 in (12 cm)

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