The Veronese vase, which was first produced and dubbed Veronese by the Murano glass company Venini, is meant for a single flower. When filled with water, it’s spherical shape creates a captivating lens. Notoriety for the vase is contributed to Pablo Veronese for having first painted the vase in the 16th century painting “The Annunciation.” The origin of the vase’s existence prior to Pablo’s painting is unknown.
Glass makers have recreated and made minor alterations to many historical pieces such as this. Jason's approach to the Veronese Vase was handmade in the UrbanGlass studio.
9" h x 4.5" w