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Seguso Vetri d'Arte



  • Existence: 1933 (date of establishment)


Seguso Vetri d'Arte is a Murano glass factory formed in 1933 by Antonio Seguso, Ernesto Seguso, Archimede Seguso, Napoleone Barovier, and Luigi "Olimpio" Ferro. The Seguso family's involvement in producing glass dates back to the late 14th century. In the mid-twentieth century, Seguso Vetri d'Arte primarily produced glass objects for Venetian retailers (Salviati, Pauly) and lighting for interior designers. The original company was dissolved in 1985 after the Seguso family sold both the brand and the factory, but production of glass objects under the name Seguso Vetri d'Arte continues to this day.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Seguso Vetri d'Arte Photographs

Identifier: MS-0219
Scope and Contents These photographic prints are duplicate images of glass objects from the Seguso Vetri d'Arte records that reside in the Glass Study Centre at Le Stanze del Vetro, Venice. It is unclear what percentage of the total photographic archives of Seguso Vetri d'Arte are represented in this set of images. The photographic prints include both black and white and color images and depict glass objects produced by Seguso Vetri d'Arte, including chandeliers, lamps, vessels, candlesticks, paperweights,...
Dates: Circa 1933-1971