27 March 2014
FLAVIO POLI (1900-1984) AND ALFREDO BARBINI (1912-2007) FOR BAROVIER SEGUSO FERRO
AN IMPORTANT EARLY 'GRIGIO ORO' VASE, MODEL Z 1028, CIRCA 1936
blown black glass enclosed between two opal layers, covered in burst gold foil, applied colorless details with burst gold foil
16¾ in. (42.5 cm.) high
Galleria Marina Barovier, Venice.
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