Precise geometric shapes highlighted by repeated decoration. This is the interpretation of the figurative experience of the Dèco style through Venini‘s glassmaking techniques.
Rhythm: this is the word that defines the shape of the vases in Venini’s Dèco series. The rings repeat, one after the other. They increase, decrease, then increase again. They seem to move like circles in the water with waves and reflections. A movement that is a dance.
Opaline glass is hand-blown and hand-worked and is obtained by superimposing lattimo with other glass. The technique is so called because the craftsmen expand and shape the glass by blowing air into a long metal rod connected to it, in accordance with the thousand-year-old tradition of glassmaking. This ancient action, combined with the experience and skill of master glassmakers, transforms simple glass into true artistic masterpieces, one of a kind.