Fine and large Murano glass jardiniere dating to the second half of the 20th century. The Jardiniere made with blue glass having a wide-open trumpet shape mouth tapering to a pinched mounted foot with flared base. The jardiniere featuring gothic shaped painted window panels with blossoming flowers and geometric shapes amongst gilt scrollwork boarders. The vase is signed to the base with an engraving reading M Ferro Salvadori Santi.
Notes | Murano Glass is the name for Venetian Glass objects that were produced in the island of Murano from the late 13th century. Murano is located slightly Northwest of Venice in Italy and has played a vital role in the glassmaking industry for hundreds of years.
Measurements | 34.25cm High x 36cm Wide (at the opening) base 20.5cm Wide (13.48 High x 14.17 Widest, inches)
Condition | Excellent, No damage and No restoration