A "Seguso" Vetri d'Arte seashell dish

Flavio Poli


reference 1701_07

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A fine dish designed by Flavio Poli for Seguso Vetri d'Arte Murano (Italy) circa 1955 The color variation is called Rubino Rosso, the most desirable variation for Seguso objects Please check our other listings for another blue seashell available

Manufactured circa 1955
H 5.52 in. x W 6.3 in. x D 3.35 in.
H 14 cm x W 16 cm x D 8.5 cm
Unsigned (like most of Seguso vintage pieces)
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Wear consistent with age and use.

Flavio Poli
A "Seguso" Vetri d'Arte seashell dish
REF 1701_07
All photos copyright Ludovic Vandenweghe for Unforget.eu

flavio poli

“I don’t know if I made myself understood”

Flavio Poli (1900-1984) was an Italian artist, known for his designs in glass. Born in 1900, he was trained at the Istituto d’Arte di Venezia, then began work as a ceramicist. In 1929, he began working for the company “I.V.A.M.” (Industrie Vetraie Artistiche Murano) as a designer of glassware.[2] He was appointed artistic director of Barovier, Seguso & Ferro (later Seguso Vetri d’Arte) in 1934, where he devised a style of ‘submerged’ glass, with several transparent layers, one over the other.[3] Within three years, he was a partner in the company.

He left Seguso in 1963. From 1964 to 1966 he led the artistic glass division of the Società Veneziana di Conterie e Cristallerie.

Poli died in 1984. A number of his works are in the Murano Glass Museum, the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia, and MoMA in New York.

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