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Murano, Italy, circa 1940
The Pulegoso process traps tiny air bubbles within the glass giving off a frosty appearance.
Barovier comes from a long standing family line of glassmakers. The family is recorded as working in Venice as early as 1324. Ercole Barovier, son of Benvenuto Barovier became a partner in his families company at age 30. In 1926 he took over its management with brother Nicol and in 1942 the company was renamed Barovier & Toso.
|Height||90.00 cm||(35.43 inches)|
|Width||57.00 cm||(22.44 inches)|
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