Not available at the moment

Massimo Nordio - Brown bowl
Not available at the moment

68,00 

VAT included
The elegant brown bowl is part of the "F" series expressly created for Caffè Florian by Massimo Nordio and highlights the historical bond between the city of Venice and the glass-making art.

Massimo Nordio – Brown bowl

68,00 

The elegant brown bowl is part of the “F” series expressly created for Caffè Florian by Massimo Nordio and highlights the historical bond between the city of Venice and the glass-making art.
The brown recalls the colour of chocolate and coffee, while amber, red and gold, chose by the artist, are among the most characteristic colours of the décor of the historical Caffè, as well.
Another distinctive feature of this unique piece is the “F” placed at the bottom of the bowl and inspired by the Venetian Gondoliers’ striped uniform,
Small-sized yet capacious, this curve shaped bowl with rounded corners is a true piece of design which will give a touch of uniqueness to your home décor.
This artwork is the epitome of both aesthetics and functionality: it can be used to drop off small objects, like keys or daily essential items, but also it can be filled with chocolates and bonbons to offer to your guests.
A souvenir to collect or to gift, especially addressed to our most faithful customers.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
After experimenting with cinema and photography, in 1980 Massimo Nordio begins a collection of twentieth-century Venetian glass which will prove a fateful move in his carrier and his life. He then provides the photographs for the definitive monographies of iconic pieces of modern glass at Murano, acquiring an intimacy with this medium. His pieces can be found in the Museo Vetrario in Murano, the Kunst Glass Museum in Dusseldolf, the Musée des Arts Décoratives in Paris, the Daiichi Museum in Nagoya, Japan, the Corning Museum of art and the Chrysler Museum of Art, both in New York.

Out of stock

Add to wishlist
Do you need help?

Shipping rates are charged as follows:

ITALY: for purchases up to 69 euros, shipping rates are 12 euros; orders above 69 euros are free of charge

EUROPEAN UNION: for purchases up to 99 euros, shipping rates are 20 euros; orders above 99 euros are free of charge

REST OF THE WORLD: shipping rates are calculated depending on the delivery address.

Florian e-shop uses UPS couriers.

Goods are shipped within 5 working days from your order confirmation. Delivery time may change, depending on destination.

Description

The elegant brown bowl is part of the "F" series expressly created for Caffè Florian by Massimo Nordio and highlights the historical bond between the city of Venice and the glass-making art. The brown recalls the colour of chocolate and coffee, while amber, red and gold, chose by the artist, are among the most characteristic colours of the décor of the historical Caffè, as well. Another distinctive feature of this unique piece is the “F” placed at the bottom of the bowl and inspired by the Venetian Gondoliers' striped uniform, Small-sized yet capacious, this curve shaped bowl with rounded corners is a true piece of design which will give a touch of uniqueness to your home décor. This artwork is the epitome of both aesthetics and functionality: it can be used to drop off small objects, like keys or daily essential items, but also it can be filled with chocolates and bonbons to offer to your guests. A souvenir to collect or to gift, especially addressed to our most faithful customers. ABOUT THE AUTHOR After experimenting with cinema and photography, in 1980 Massimo Nordio begins a collection of twentieth-century Venetian glass which will prove a fateful move in his carrier and his life. He then provides the photographs for the definitive monographies of iconic pieces of modern glass at Murano, acquiring an intimacy with this medium. His pieces can be found in the Museo Vetrario in Murano, the Kunst Glass Museum in Dusseldolf, the Musée des Arts Décoratives in Paris, the Daiichi Museum in Nagoya, Japan, the Corning Museum of art and the Chrysler Museum of Art, both in New York.

More information

You may also like