The Seguso Family has been recognized for the creativity and originality of their work and always are cited in news articles, award ceremonies and retrospective exhibits.
The artistry of the Seguso Family has been featured in Depth magazine.
Present since 1300 in the census books of Murano, Italy, today the prestigious Seguso glass-crafting family has a Brazilian branch. In 1954, Mario Seguso was invited to execute special commemorative pieces for the 400th anniversary of the city of São Paulo. Enchanted by Brazil, he decided to settle there and, in this way, to continue the family line in this country.
His intention was to produce serious, artistic work of the highest level, and become known throughout Brazil and in other countries. After years of supervising the production of artisan crystal, he assured its continuity through his sons Michel and Adriano, who carry on the Seguso Family tradition.
Since then, the Seguso Family has been recognized for the creativity and originality of their work and always are cited in news articles, award ceremonies and retrospective exhibits, with an increasing number of admirers and collectors interested in the passionate art of glass.
Shaping a mystical labyrinth, a lasso appears at the core of this trendy catch all. It is designed by Johnny Jimenez and it is tooled of quality leather, featuring straps that tie the piece into a rectangular bowl. Jimenez finishes it with walnut stain....read more
Designed with elegant eloquence, this centerpiece is an original creation by the Murano Artisans of Brazil. They master traditional blown glass techniques to achieve the flowing lines and colorful artistry of this piece.
Like an impressionist painting, this gorgeous blue centerpiece by Murano Artisans of Brazil explores the quality of light. It showcases Brazil's handblown glassware heritage, brought from Murano Island in Italy.
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