"Yemen and Oman" vases by Venini

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  • Murano glass, Oman is a numbered edition, handcrafted
The exact techniques it uses for glass production are a well-kept Venini secret. Each glass object is an exclusive blown and handmade work of art – as is the case with the "Yemen and Oman" vases from Venini. Only a limited number of "Oman" vases are produced each year. Venini regularly works on its new creations with well-known designers and artists. The "Yemen and Oman" vases were designed by the Italian-Austrian designer and architect Ettore Sottsass (1917-2007). Sottsass is regarded as a representative of the Anti-Design movement, combining everyday objects and forms in a playful way.

The Venetian Murano glass manufacturer Venini has earned distinction for the exceptional colours displayed in its quality glass art objects. Achieving such wonderful colours in Murano glass demands the utmost precision of the Venini glass blowers as they blend together the various components needed. These traditional techniques used by the Venini craftsmen reveal a skill that few others still master.

What makes Venini glass so special are the many colours with which the Venetian glass manufacturer produces its high-quality Murano glass. Achieving the superior colouring of Murano glass demands the utmost precision of the Venini glass blowers as they put together the various constituents. The traditional glass-blowing technique used by the employees of Venini to manufacture each piece is a craft that very few artisans still master.
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  • The shipping costs for the destination U.S.A. are US $ 35.00.
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