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Vase by Yoichi Ohira for sale

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Item ID: 143224

Item Description

Large and heavy sommerso vase designed by Yoichi Ohira for Vetreria De Majo Murano. The whole surface worked in battuto techinque. I bought this early design of Ohira personally in the De Majo retail shop in Murano in 1992. Signed: de Majo Murano Y. Ohira 1991

Item Details

Eras: 1900s / 20th century

Styles: Italian

Materials: Glass, Glass

Measurements: 31.0 x x CM (H x W x D) Change Unit

Weight: 5.6 KILOGRAMS

Quantity: 1

Condition: Fully Restored

Design History

Designer: Yoichi Ohira (Japan )

Design year: 1991

Maker: De Majo (Italy)  

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Phone: 0049 7304 929350

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Vase by Yoichi Ohira for sale at Deconet

Vase by Yoichi Ohira. Large and heavy sommerso vase designed by Yoichi Ohira for Vetreria De Majo Murano. The whole surface worked in battuto techinque. Signed: de Majo Murano Y. Ohira 1991

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