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Fenice 3

The gracefully curved sculpture is hand-blown using avventurina, an extremely difficult Murano glass-blowing technique from the 17th century, which combines metal shavings and molten glass. Fenice (Phoenix) is named after the Teatro La Fenice - a historic building in Venice that has burned down and been rebuilt three times throughout its long history, like a phoenix rising from its ashes time and again.

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Type: Vase
Dimensions: 37 L x 51 W x 14 H cm
Material: Hand-blown glass, Murrine glass
Date: 2006

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