This creation by Federico de Majo originates from the application of a typically Venetian technique of working glass. By blowing the incandescent paste into a specific diamond-shaped mould, the glasses take on the classic facets defined “ballotòn”. Worked by hand, in blown glass.


VERSIONS

VN00100 - clear
VN00100 - clear
cl 33 h 96 Ø 82
VN00104 - amber
VN00104 - amber
cl 33 h 96 Ø 82
VN00105 - amethyst
VN00105 - amethyst
cl 33 h 96 Ø 82
VN00107 - blue
VN00107 - blue
cl 33 h 96 Ø 82
VN00114 - grey
VN00114 - grey
cl 33 h 96 Ø 82
VN00120 - light blue
VN00120 - light blue
cl 33 h 96 Ø 82
VN00125 - green
VN00125 - green
cl 33 h 96 Ø 82
VN00130 - red
VN00130 - red
cl 33 h 96 Ø 82
VN00700 - clear
VN00700 - clear
cl 120 h 220 Ø 95
VN00704 - amber
VN00704 - amber
cl 120 h 220 Ø 95
VN00705 - amethyst
VN00705 - amethyst
cl 120 h 220 Ø 95
VN00707 - blue
VN00707 - blue
cl 120 h 220 Ø 95
VN00714 - grey
VN00714 - grey
cl 120 h 220 Ø 95
VN00720 - light blue
VN00720 - light blue
cl 120 h 220 Ø 95
VN00725 - green
VN00725 - green
cl 120 h 220 Ø 95
VN00730 - red
VN00730 - red
cl 120 h 220 Ø 95
VN00901 - clear
VN00901 - clear
Ø 220
VN00904 - amber
VN00904 - amber
Ø 220
VN00905 - amethyst
VN00905 - amethyst
Ø 220
VN00907 - blue
VN00907 - blue
Ø 220
VN00914 - grey
VN00914 - grey
Ø 220
VN00920 - light blue
VN00920 - light blue
Ø 220
VN00401 - clear
VN00401 - clear
Ø 330
VN00404 - amber
VN00404 - amber
Ø 330
VN00405 - amethyst
VN00405 - amethyst
Ø 330
VN00407 - blue
VN00407 - blue
Ø 330
VN00414 - grey
VN00414 - grey
Ø 330
VN00420 - light blue
VN00420 - light blue
Ø 330