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Alfredo Barbini (Murano, Italy) 26" Decanter/Bottle, in Persimmon and Gold *RARE FIND*

¥327,200 JPY
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Alfredo Barbini began learning the art of glass making in 1912, aged ten, at Abate Zanetti, the design school attached to the Murano Glass museum.

He then went on to work for Ferro Toso, Cristalleria Murano, Zecchin-Martinuzzi, Seguso Vetri'dArte and Vetri Artistici Muranesi Societa Anonima.

In 1946 Barbini became partner at Cenedese, and then began Barbini Glassworks in 1950. Some financial assistance for setting up the factory was provided by Salviati and in exchange, Barbini supplied the company with some of the glassware they produced. 

Barbini has become renowned for his heavy, thick sculptural forms which have won him many awards. 

 

THIS LISTING

Model 26" Decanter/Bottle 
Colour Persimmon, Gold

Dimensions 65.5cm tall

Condition Excellent condition with no wear that we can see.

 

We've included a picture of the original Barbini catalogue from 1961, which shows this piece which was made available for Weil Ceramics & Glass Inc. The full catalogue can be viewed at 20th Century Glass, here

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