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CORDOBES Sculpture by DIPI

COD: 033/B/CORDOBES

CORDOBES Sculpture
by DIPI
Multicoloured bull solid glass sculpture, symbol of the strength of Murano glass tradition.

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n. 033

Lievi differenze sul colore sono tipiche di una lavorazione artigianale e ne costituiscono un pregio
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Dimensions: L 29 x H 20 cm
Weight: 1.5 Kg

Regular Price: € 960.00

Special Price: € 840.00

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This bull, completely handmade in the furnace, is a unique and precious piece of art, symbol of the strength of Murano glass tradition. What makes this sculpture unique is its multicoloured coat, obtained by working many different colours of glass together into a single, solid mass. This technique creates infinite patterns, which make each piece unique and unrepeatable.

As these sculptures are entirely handmade, one by one, the unique composition of murrine or other small details can never be identical, and may not correspond exactly to the item depicted. The beauty of this sculpture is precisely in its uniqueness, in the master glassmaker's artistic energy, a moment frozen in glass.

DIPI Sas Vetreria Artigiana 
di Sara Rossi


Sas Di Pi Vetreria Artigiana 
di Sara Rossi At the heart of glass-working furnace DiPi in Murano is the master, Imperio Rossi.

Born in Murano in 1951, he started working alongside his father at the age of 13, and after a long apprenticeship in the most renowned furnaces of Murano, he became a master glassmaker himself.

He has owned his own furnace since 1986, initially specializing in production of objects with “millefiori” murrine. Imperio Rossi says of his job: "I often can't wait to render a drawing into a piece of work. It's an irrepressible desire to give tangibility to my imagination. I'm in love with my craft, because it allows me the chance to give shape and substance to something that rises inside me." His work is displayed in private and public collections in New York, Madrid, Vienna, Tokyo. 

SOLID: 

 

Manufacturing of solid glass started being used on the island of Murano starting in the 1930's. This technique involves shaping a large and heavy mass of molten glass, supported by a solid metal rod, using the same tools as with blown glass. The objects take shape in the master's hands through expertly precise movemente. Solid glass working is mainly used to produce sculptures of all sizes.


Project developed with the
support of the Venice Chamber
of Commerce

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