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About Cenedese

Gino Cenedese & Son’s colorful handcrafted vases, goblets and chandeliers combine age-old Murano-glass techniques with the company’s own creative history. Founded in 1946, this Venetian workshop collaborated with artists such as Marc Chagall and Luigi Scarpa Croce on production items, which are sold in boutiques worldwide, as well as one-off pieces, some of which have appeared at art events like the Venice Biennale. And although Cenedese may be best known for its range of Aquarium sculptures — large clear blocks of glass filled with suspended fish and seaweed — it also specializes in the Sommerso — or submerged — technique, which uses layers of contrasting- and/or complementary-colored glass.

Past Sales Featuring Cenedese

Sale Ended July 30, 2010

Design on a Whim

Is your bedroom looking a little tired? Refresh it in an afternoon with this edited collection of luxe linens, furniture, lighting and glassware. Outstanding pieces include Jonathan Adler’s hand-tufted Chain Rug, John Robshaw’s Pichhwai Violet bolster, Ligne Roset’s Sala Capucine chair and Fazzini’s colorful Antigua sheets.

Sale Ended February 02, 2011

Living Color: Emilio Pucci and More

Emilio Pucci’s brightly hued, boldly patterned textiles are an institution unto themselves. Liven up your living room with his silk Mindanao pillows—they come with feather inserts—or opt for his exclusive limited-edition ballpoint pen. There are also vivid textiles, tabletop goods, and candles from a host of top names, including Jonathan Adler and Judy Ross.

Sale Ended June 20, 2010

Cenedese Glass

Designed in 1960s, these handcrafted Murano vases and containers combine age-old mouthblowing techniques with a contemporary art bent. The opaque-colored pieces — part of the company’s Opaline collection — work equally well in the kitchen, bath or living room. Choose from a variety of shapes, sizes and hues, including deep blues, bottle greens and fiery reds.

Sale Ended October 24, 2010

Up to 80% Off: Cenedese Glass

Designed in the 1960s, these handcrafted Murano vases and containers combine age-old mouth-blowing techniques with a contemporary art bent. The opaque-colored pieces—part of the company’s Opaline collection—work equally well in the kitchen, bath, or living room. Choose from a variety of shapes, sizes, and hues, including deep blue, Granny Smith green, and pale peach.