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Archive Revival 1970 Hand-Blown Murano Glass Champagne Flute


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The 1970s were notable years for the design world: colours were brighter, prints were louder, and shapes were more varied than ever before. Naturally, this posed the perfect opportunity for creative experimentation – as NasonMoretti explored with designs like this glass, inspired by the endless possibilities of a tumbler. The hand-blown piece is an exclusive re-edition from the maker’s archive; it features a burst of red at the weighty base and combines three layers of glowing glass which have then been cooled and meticulously ground to form the unique, fluted shape you see here.

Product number: 2207201033

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Meet the Maker:


From exhibitions at MoMA, to exclusive designer collections, NasonMoretti has been uplifting interiors with distinctive glassware since 1923. Founded by five brothers, collections blend Murano mastery with innovative mixing and cold-cutting techniques. Their colour creation method is still a well-kept secret, and they remain the only studio in the world who can produce 22 green and 8 blue shades.