This tiny handblown glass perfume bottle was crafted by one of Europe s top glass artists Cesare Toffolo, in his studio on the island of Murano near Venice, Italy. This tall, narrow style is amber-colored with a contrasting blue stopper and features an acid-etched finish. There are several examples of Murano glass in the collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum.
- 2.25 inches diameter x 1.5 inches H with stopper
- Stoppers come in assorted colors. Currently available in red
- Glass is fragile, handle with care
- Handcrafted in Murano, Italy
- Item # Sbtmcl-am
Both Cesare Toffolo's grandfather and father were master glassblowers. He often visited his father's studio and learned flameworking at the age of 15. He currently continues to create handblown glass objects that are exhibited in international museums, galleries, and private collections, and he teaches glassblowing methods all over the world. The studio now includes four generations, with the addition of Cesare's son, Emanuel Toffolo, who creates exquisite glass insect compositions. More Murano perfume bottle styles can be found in Art Glass.