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    Timeless pieces that are an unmistakable symbol of the art and design for which VENINI is renowned and appreciated worldwide.

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      FAZZOLETTO

      Fulvio Bianconi e Paolo Venini

      Designed by Fulvio Bianconi in 1948 and later revisited by other celebrated artists, the Fazzoletto collection evokes the charming yet irreverent swaying of skirt fabrics.

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      Fulvio Bianconi e Paolo Venini

      FAZZOLETTO

      CLESSIDRA

      Fulvio Bianconi e Paolo Venini

      From the almost imperceptible sound of the heart beating to the Earth’s rotation, time, its cyclic nature and human life are closely connected. Clessidra wishes to capture a fragment of time and make it eternal.

      Fulvio Bianconi e Paolo Venini

      CLESSIDRA

      UOVO A CANNE

      Venini

      From Piero della Francesca to Salvador Dalì, over the past few centuries some of the greatest artists of all time have been intrigued by the shape and the philosophical questions posed by the egg.

      Venini

      UOVO A CANNE

      MONOFIORI BALLOTON

      Venini

      We’re back in the 1970s, when the first installations were introduced and art started taking a more conceptual and expressive turn. In these times of change, classic shapes broke with tradition.

      Venini

      MONOFIORI BALLOTON

      ANNI TRENTA

      Venini

      Form follows function. Neat, linear and harmonious. This is the spirit of the 20th century, which once again takes its cue from classicism, reinterpreting it in the form of a vase.

      Venini

      ANNI TRENTA

      ANELLI

      Venini

      Its shape and colors bring back beautiful childhood memories, joyful moments and colourful games.

      Venini

      ANELLI

      FAZZOLETTO A CANNE

      Fulvio Bianconi e Paolo Venini

      Designed by Fulvio Bianconi in 1948 and later revisited by other celebrated artists, the Fazzoletto collection evokes the charming yet irreverent swaying of skirt fabrics.

      Fulvio Bianconi e Paolo Venini

      FAZZOLETTO A CANNE

      OPALINO

      Venini

      VENINI takes us on a journey through time spanning across the centuries, from the 1400s to the 19th century neoclassical movement up to the creation of the Opalino vase. A journey to discover a new order defined by minimalist and sleek lines.

      Venini

      OPALINO

      SATIN

      Venini

      Their appearance speaks of bygone days, recalling objects that once adorned ancient Greek or Roman noble residences, yet they are destined to become contemporary home décor pieces that add a modern flair to any setting.

      Venini

      SATIN

      IDRIA

      Venini

      Idria owes its name to the Ancient Greek “Hydria”, a vessel used for transporting and pouring water. Its shape tells a fascinating story of ancient daily rituals.

      Venini

      IDRIA

      DÈCO

      Napoleone Martinuzzi

      The 1930s were all about Art Nouveau in Europe, and its opulent style, characterized by bold ornaments and innovative shapes, materials and hues. The Dèco vase makes its debut on the art scene.

      Napoleone Martinuzzi

      DECO

      LABUAN

      Venini

      It is not just the adventures gracing the pages of Salgari’s books that awaken Italians’ passion for faraway places: orientalism and exoticism are still a source of inspiration, also for glass.

      Venini

      LABUAN

      VERONESE

      Vittorio Zecchin

      Designed in the early 1900s from a brilliant idea of VENINI’s Art Director, the Veronese collection has become so popular for its pure elegance over the past years that it has turned into the company logo.

      Vittorio Zecchin

      VERONESE

      CALLA

      Venini

      A flower blossomed in the Fornace (Kiln). Its shape is delicate and harmonious, its colours fresh. It only takes a glance to know its name.

      Venini

      CALLA