Elisse Tall - Hand-made vase with hot stamp applications
- Artist Moretti Carlo Venezia
- Category Glass vases
- Creation year 2003
Dimension Ø 275 x H 420 mm
Description Hand-made vase, colors applied with hot stamp application technique
This piece is handmade to order
Estimated production time: 4 weeks
Signed with certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity
Regular price € 2.530
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Moretti Carlo Venezia
Carlo Moretti is an example of Italian excellence, a tale of courage, perseverance and innovation. In 1958 Carlo and Giovanni Moretti set out on their adventure, distinguishing themselves with their unique ability to combine the centuries-old tradition of Glass Masters with a particular sensitivity towards the culture of design and contemporary art. Carlo Moretti is a «factory of originals» in which creativity and enterprise are merged with a respected name.
Carlo Moretti is a “factory of originals” founded in 1958 by Carlo and Giovanni Moretti, combining innovation and continuous research. Unique pieces numbered and signed with their recognisable style, in a stylistic key in constant research for new, clean and essential lines, with the support of the technical innovation. The exploration of new styles and its continuous experimentation with shapes and materials through the centuries confirms the old “know-how” of the Murano Master glassmakers combining two contradictory cores, solid and liquid.
A highly qualified skill without forgetting its concrete responsibility to express contemporaneity respecting the Venice Lagoon thanks to its sustainable behaviours toward the environment.