Lorenzo Radi Calcedonio purpureo (corniola) for Salviati Dott. Antonio fu Bartolomeo, Venice

Early examples of free-blown vitrified calcedonio purpureo objects. The material was invented by Lorenzo Radi in the furnace of Antonio Salviati in Venice between 1861 and 1866.   Lit.¬†Barovier Mentasti R. Vetri dal museo Salviati, magiche trasparenze della donazione Tedeschi, Skira 2013, p.37

Designer: Radi LorenzoManufacturer: Salviati Dott. Antonio fu Bartolomeo Venice 1859-1866Subject: Three Calcedonio purpureo objectsPeriod: 1861-1866Dimensions: H.31,5 - 15 - 12 cm (H.12.6 - 6 - 4.8 inch)Condition: Excellent conditionSignature: UnmarkedPrice: 3.600,00 

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