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This elegant objet d’art is just one example of
the artistry for which the Seguso glass-crafting
family is known. With roots that date back to
14th-century Murano, Italy, they’ve been based in
Brazil since the 1950s when patriarch Mario fell in
love with the country and relocated there. Black
and white shapes seem to stretch and slide along
the curves of this hand-blown glass vase.
The presence of air bubbles accentuates the nature of the traditional hand blown crafting process, making each piece unique.
Mario Seguso, the patriarch of the Seguso Family, was born in 1929 in Venice, Italy to one of the oldest and most famous blown glass artisan families on the island of Murano. His ancestors have crafted art glass since 1300. In 1956, Mario created his own workshop in Brazil. He has passed on his knowledge to his sons, grandsons and the artisans working with him. He is proud to have many assistants and to have trained eight glass masters in his workshop.
This artist is an elder master and continues to actively practice their craft.