Murano Glass Italian Pair of Bookends with Birds, Italy, 1950
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Particular and rare pair of bookends; the two birds were made by hand in Murano glass between 1950 and 1955, the Murano craftsmen have managed to master the delicate color of the glass in subtle shades with the mastery that distinguishes them, also gave the two animals a delicate and graceful shape, have processed and submitted the glass to their artistic sensibility creating two unique and fantastic objects. black Marquinia marble was used for the rectangular base, high-quality fine-grained stone material with a deep black color, extracted from the region of Markina, Basque Country in northern Spain, it is one of the most famous and appreciated natural stones in the world; Marquinia is widely used for fine ornamental work. The base has small chipping in the upper part in a corner (see photo). Measures width 12 cm., depth 7 cm., height 14 cm.
Place of origin:
14H x 12W x 7D
5,51H x 4,72W x 2,76D
Creator / Artist:
Murano Glass, Marquina marble
Good; Wear consistent with age and use. Minor losses. The base has small chipping in the upper part in a corner (see photo).
International - YES
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