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Collection by Vandy Pacetti-Donelson

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puntillismo, dot art, point to point Glass Bottle Crafts, Wine Bottle Art, Diy Bottle, Wine Bottles, Glass Bottles, Dot Art Painting, Stone Painting, Photo Bougie, Garrafa Diy

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Murano Glass Art ca Murano Glass, Venetian Glass, Verre Design, Glass Design, Wine Glass, Glass Art, Antique Glassware, Renaissance, Art Decor

Wineglass | Italian, Venice (Murano) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

During the Renaissance, Venetian glassmakers, working on the island of Murano, were celebrated across Europe for their fine and sparkling work. Called “cristallo” emulating the clarity of rock crystal, in the hands of the most skilled glassblowers the medium could be delightfully manipulated, variously stretched paper-thin flat, or playfully twisted, or blown into molds with spectacular patterns

Beaker, (made). Beaker, blown glass with enamelled and gilt decoration, Italy (Venice), Museum Number Murano Glass, Venetian Glass, Antique Glass, Antique Art, Glass Vessel, Glass Art, Drinking Glass, Pottery Art, Ceramic Art

Beaker | Unknown | V&A Explore The Collections

Beaker, blown glass with enamelled and gilt decoration, Italy (Venice), 1500-25

Italian silver knife (from a set), by Antonio Gentili (Antonio da Faenza, Rome, circa late century (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Vintage Silver, Antique Silver, Renaissance, Silver Spoons, Shoe Art, China Patterns, Large Art, Metropolitan Museum, Art Decor

Antonio Gentili (Antonio da Faenza) | Knife (one of a set) | Italian, Rome | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Designed to sit comfortably in the hand, the handles consist of ornamented bases supporting half figures of satyrs. Crisp details, such as the snakes that frame the spoon’s shell-shaped bowl, contribute to the utensils’ sculptural quality

Title: Goblet Artist/Maker(s): Unknown Culture: Italian Place(s): Venice, Veneto, Italy (Place created) Date: late - early century Medium: Free-blown colorless glass with gold leaf and enamel decoration Dimensions: x 10 x cm x 3 x 2 in. Murano Glass, Venetian Glass, Antique Glass, Glass Vessel, Glass Art, Getty Museum, In Vino Veritas, Italian Renaissance, 16th Century

Goblet (Getty Museum)

Goblet; Unknown; Murano, Venice, Veneto, Italy; late 15th–early 16th century; Free-blown colorless glass with gold leaf and enamel decoration; 13.8 × 10 × 7.3 cm (5 7/16 × 3 15/16 × 2 7/8 in.); 84.DK.540; The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles; Rights Statement: No Copyright - United States

From the Victoria and Albert Museum site: Knife, fork and spoon century, Venice Silver and rock crystal Museo Correr, Musei Civici Veneziani, Venice Charles Viii, Medieval Life, Forks And Spoons, Italian Renaissance, Objet D'art, 16th Century, Metal Working, Art Nouveau, History

Knife, fork and spoon, 16th century, Venice Silver and rock crystal-Museo Correr, Musei Civici Veneziani, Venice.

Dish (piatto) ~ ~ Italy ~ Tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica) ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC ~Once owned by Charles Mannheim, Paris, J. Pierpont Morgan and William Randolph Hearst, New York Glazes For Pottery, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Ceramic Art, Art Nouveau, Renaissance Era, Hand Painted Ceramics, Metropolitan Museum, Art History

Dish (piatto) | Italian, Deruta | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Charles Mannheim, Paris; J. Pierpont Morgan, London and New York, no. 3162 (sale, Duveen, New York, May 22, 1922); William Randolph Hearst, New York (sale, Gimbel's, New York, March 17, 1939, lot 947, art

Lusterware plate depicting a centaur & centauress Deruta or Gubbio, Italy. Tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica), in. via the Met, NYC Italian Pottery, Pottery Designs, Glazes For Pottery, Renaissance Art, Animal Paintings, Earthenware, Art Decor, Antiques, Female Centaur

Dish with centaur and centauress battling | Italian, Deruta or Gubbio | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

This plate belongs to a category of maiolica known as lusterware due to the iridescence of some of the colors employed in its decoration. When fired in the kiln, the metallic oxides turn into metal on the surface of the pottery, resulting in a lustrous surface with reflective properties The scene depicted on this plate of a male centaur vanquishing a female centaur is uncommon in Renaissance art, and its significance is unclear, as is that of the letters FR[the R crossed]

Humpen mit Hochzeitstänzern, Böhmen, um 1590, Köln, Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Inv.-Nr. F 396 — Rheinisches Bildarchiv Köln, Bilddatei rba_c004159; Positiv-Nr. C 004159; (color, 13x18); Aufn.-Datum: um 1985; Ektachrome; Fotoinhalt: Gesamtansicht, Paar Renaissance, Canteen Bottle, Project Table, Painted Cups, Enamel Paint, Glass Vessel, Glass Etching, 16th Century, Middle Ages

Humpen mit Hochzeitstänzern, Böhmen, um 1590, Köln, Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Inv.-Nr. F 396 — Rheinisches Bildarchiv Köln, Bilddatei rba_c004159; Positiv-Nr. C 004159; (color, 13x18); Aufn.-Datum: um 1985; Ektachrome; Fotoinhalt: Gesamtansicht, Paar

Beaker with Arms of Schiltl and Portner von Theuern; Bavaria (possibly), Southern Germany, Germany; Free-blown colorless (pinkish to puplish-brown) glass with gold leaf and enamel decoration. Glass Vessel, Glass Art, North Rhine Westphalia, Canteen Bottle, Getty Museum, Drinking Glass, Glass Etching, Middle Ages, Gold Leaf

Beaker with Arms of Schiltl and Portner von Theuern (Getty Museum)

Beaker with Arms of Schiltl and Portner von Theuern; Unknown; Bavaria (possibly), Southern Germany, Germany; 1586; Free-blown colorless (pinkish to puplish-brown) glass with gold leaf and enamel decoration; 20.3 cm (8 in.); 84.DK.554; The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles; Rights Statement: No Copyright - United States