Learn about Seguso, Archimede

Archimede Seguso (1909-1999) was apprenticed to his father, Antonio, in the glass-house La Vetreria Artistica Barovier where his father was a partner. Working alongside the designers Vittorio Zecchin and Flavia Poli, Archimede Seguso acquired impressive manual skills at the furnace resulting in a vibrant glass-house. By twenty, Archimede Seguso was a true glass maestro and by 1945 had established his own glass-house. In 1957 he revived his earlier models of animals in opalescent glass with delicate stripes. By birth, by training, by his working life, by the way in which he lives the art of glass, he embodies the qualities that have characterlsed Murano culture and that over the centuries have determined the professional and social prestige of the master glass worker (Rosa Barovier Mentasti, I Vetri Di Archimede Seguso, 2002).
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Set of eight Persepolis Murano red wine glasses, by Seguso Gianni, initialed to base,19 cm high

Set of six Persepolis Murano white wine glasses, by Seguso Gianni, initialed to base, 18 cm high

Seven Persepolis Murano champagne flutes, by Seguso Gianni, initialed to base, 22.5 cm high

Set of six Persepolis Murano white wine glasses, by Seguso Gianni, initialed to base, 18 cm high

Murano Archimede Seguso cornucopia pair of pink & blue vases resting on winged feet. One with original sticker. Length 25 cm

Two Murano glass baskets in the style of Archimede Seguso, Sommerso, Italy, c 1950s, 20 cm high, 24 cm wide

Sommerso Glass Vase, c. 1960, in the manner of Seguso, clear, pink and burgundy glass, height 31.5 cm

Archimede Seguso glass bowl, pink opalescent glass, 10 cm high, 40 cm wide, 27 cm deep, Italy

Seguso figurine of an Angel-fish, glass, 45 cm high, 10 cm wide, 23 cm deep, Italy

Murano Seguso Art Glass bowl coloured in blue to aquamarine tones with an orange splash & typical folded rim. Unmarked. condition good, minor wear to the base. Length 36 cm

Large "Nilo"; Giampolo Seguso glass vase in blue & white, signed on base, limited edition 67/99, 31 cm high approx. Seguso label, 1993.

Murano Archimede Seguso frosted glass floral centrepiece with pink flowers on an aqua stemmed clear glass leaf, with original sticker. Condition, good, minor wear to the base. Length 33 cm

A Murano 'Seguso' blue and amethyst bowl original sticker to base 16 cm high, 23 cm wide

An Italian vase designed by Flavio Poli for Seguso vetri d'arte, circa 1950. 24 cm high

Attributed to Flavio Poli (Italian, 1900-1984). Amber glass vase, circa 1950 produced by Seguso Vetri d'Arte, with sticker underneath 'Murano made in Italy'

An Italian Seguso Art Glass vase, green and amber. Height 19 cm

Murano Archimede Seguso dog figure in the unique black & white technique, with original sticker to the base. Height 16 cm

An Italian Seguso gold-splashed glass vase, Murano, circa 2000 incribed Seguso Viro Murano to the base. 28.5 cm high

A large Italian Seguso glass vase, Murano, date 1993 inscribed Murano 1993 66/99. 32 cm high

A large Italian Archimede Seguso clear and gold-splashed vase, Murano, circa 1950. 40 cm high. Reference: Umberto Franzoi, Art Glass by Archimede Seguso, Arsenale Editrice, Venice, 1991 (exhibition catalogue from the exhibition of the same name at the Pala

A Italian Seguso glass vase, Murano, late quarter of the 20th century. 24.5 cm high

Seguso Vetri d'Arte Sommerso Centerpiece tapered ovoid form, blue, red and yellow glass. Height 18 cm. Width 36 cm. Depth 26.5

Murano glass lamp base, by Archimedes Seguso together with a black cylinder shade, circa 1960

Angelo Seguso 1921-2005 Sommerso Spaccato vase, manufactured at Archimede Seguso circa 1975, glass, engraved 'Seguso AnG' on base, 35 cm high

Murano glass Seguso cornucopia, 18 x 25 cm. retains Seguso label to base

Archimede Seguso (1909-1999), ruby glass vase with gold leaf inclusions circa 1955, original label to side and base 30 cm wide

Flavio Poli (act. 1937-1963), Sommerso vase circa 1955, manufactured by Seguso 29 cm high

Attributed to Archimede Seguso, pair of Sommerso baskets circa 1956, 29 cm high (each)

Archimede Seguso (1909 -1999), pierced bowl with gold leaf inclusions circa 1950, 29 cm wide

A large and impressive modern Murano glass sculpted mammoth by Walter Furlan, born 1931 in Chioggia, a small town near Venice. This large clear glass sculpture of stylised rounded form on a rectangular conforming block base, the long upturned tusks taperin

Murano dog figures by Archimede Seguso totalling two, in black and white glass. Length 24 cm

Attributed to Archimede Seguso (1909-1999), a bowl manufactured by Vetraria Archemide Seguso, Murano, Italy, c.1960, glass, 39 length x 26 width x 11 cm height paper label, Archimede Seguso / Murano / Made in Italy

Murano Seguso Squirrel topped decanter. Luxardo Liquor, c.1968. Height 29 cm

Murano candle holder. Attrib. Seguso. Dual cups, embellished with bunches of grapes, green tinged base. C.1950s. Height 21 cm

Murano Seguso fish sculpture. Dark red tinged and pulveri decoration, clear sculptural base. Height 24.5 cm

Archimede Seguso, glass vase of ovoid shape and green glass ribs issuing from the base. Small abrasion to the base. Height 28 cm

An impressive Murano Sommerso Art Glass vase, of teardrop shape with an amethyst and emerald interior heavily cased in clear glass. Remains of Murano label to base. Possibly Flavio Poli for Seguso Vetri D'Arte. Minor flake to edge. Height 28 cm

A smoky glass model of fish by A. Seguso, Italian circa 1980 32 cm high