Napoleone Martinuzzi
(Murano 1892-1977 Venice)

Napoleone Martinuzzi A "Quattro Anse" Pulegoso Vase Venini & C., Italy 1930

Napoleone Martinuzzi
A “Quattro Anse” Pulegoso Vase
Venini & C., Italy 1930


Napoleone Martinuzzi, 1928/1930. Sehr seltene, große “Quattro Anse” Pulegoso Vase. Ausführung bei Venini & C., Murano-Italien zwischen 1930 und 1940. Dunkelgrün getöntes, stark moussierendes, dickwandiges Pulegoso-Glas mit dichter unregelmäßiger Blasenbildung. Ringförmig umschmolzene Mündungsrand, vier gerippte Glasbänder als Handhaben, ringförmiger Stand, metallisch irisierende Oberfläche. (Modell Nr.: 3120)

Literatur zum Objekt: Napoleone Martinuzzi, “Vetraio del Novecento”, bearbeitet von Marina Barovier, Padua 2001, Abbildung Nr 6, Seite 67 zur Form.

Signiert mit: venini murano (zweizeiliger Ätzstempel 1930-1945).

Höhe ca. 34,5 cm, Durchmesser ca. 30 cm, Gewicht ca. 5 kg

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Artikel Nr.: 0317281

English:
Napoleone Martinuzzi, an icon of Novocento Design! Very rare antique, art deco, “Quattro Anse” pulegoso vase, made of hand blown emerald green tinted glass with many irregularly air bubbles so called ”pulegoso-glass” with four ribbed band handles, surface metallic iridescent. Created by Napoleone Martinuzzi for Venini & C., Murano-Italy during in the early 1930s. (model number 3120)

Napoleone Martinuzzi´s Pulegoso glass vases were never produced in large numbers of pieces. A smal group of pieces were produced for the exhibitions: “XVI Esposizione internazionale d’arte della città di Venezia”, 1928, and for the exhibitions: “Triennale delle arti decorative di Monza” 1930. This rare, oversized „Quattro Anse“ Pulegoso vase, which becomes presented here, shows in the form of the well-known classical roman amphora-style. Its diffuse-translucent, bubbly emerald green tinted glass, and the iridescent surface make it a great example of the Italian Novecento-epoch. Today these are rare Napoleone Martinuzzi Pulegoso vases icons of pre-war Italian art and design and very popular. Signed: venini murano, two line acid stamp, (1930-1945) on the underside. Early pontil scar. In excellent condition, with no cracks, chips or repairs.
13 2/3″ H./ 12″ Diam./ 11 lbs. INTEREST IN THIS OBJECT RETURN TO GALLERY