Sale price490 €
Vintage

Transparent Vase by Flavio Poli for Seguso
Treaptyque

Vintage
Sale price490 €
Vintage

This transparent "Diamond" vase by Flavio Poli for Seguso in the 1970s is a remarkable piece of Italian glass art in terms of form and color.

The vase is made of blown glass and has a complex geometric shape reminiscent of a cut diamond, with flat and raised facets that reflect in the light to create a sparkling effect.

This transparent finish is extremely rare. The body of the vase is supported by a thick glass base, giving an impression of stability and weight.

The combination of the complex shape and this colorless finish gives this vase a stunning presence that immediately catches the eye. It is both modern and elegant, and is an excellent example of Flavio Poli and Seguso's expertise and creativity in the production of top-quality glass art.

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Founded by Germain Provot Lorenz Treaptyque in 2021. Located in Levallois-Perret, Treaptyque is a private curation space in Paris that offers a curated selection of cutting-edge design objects. Germain, the founder, scours Europe in search of treasures during his travels to create a seasonal collection.
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Dimensions: Width: 6 cm Height: 27 cm

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Dimensions: Width: 6 cm Height: 27 cm

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AcceptedBuyers are responsible for return postage costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
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About

Founded by Germain Provot Lorenz Treaptyque in 2021. Located in Levallois-Perret, Treaptyque is a private curation space in Paris that offers a curated selection of cutting-edge design objects. Germain, the founder, scours Europe in search of treasures during his travels to create a seasonal collection.

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