Dino Rosin (Italian, b. 1948). Venetian Murano glass bowl of undulating form with streaks of clear glass surrounded by his signature chromatic glass. With a faint stamp and signed by Rosin along the base. Dino Rosin's brother, Loredano Rosin, has been credited with rediscovering the lost technique of calcedonia (chalcedony) which involves the alchemical mixing of glass with other elements such as silver. After Loredano's untimely death, Dino carried on the tradition and continues to create unique works using this technique.Height: 7 1/2 in x width: 17 in x depth: 9 1/4 in.
The bowl is in excellent condition with no visible cracks, losses, or major chips. There is a minute chip to the recessed part near the foot. There is a minute surface bubble visible to the interior of the bowl, which is most likely to be original to the artistic process. No sign of restoration under UV light. Light wear to the underside as expected. There is a sticker adhered to the underside, visible in the lot listing. Please contact us for a detailed condition report. Please note that the lack of a condition statement does not imply perfect condition. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any condition questions.
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