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Siderale

SideraleThis is a glass invented by Flavio Poli in the early 50's at the firm of Seguso Vetri d'Arte.

The procedure for its preparation is as follows: a large concentric-ring murrina is made with two alternating colours.
This is then heated again and applied while hot to the item being processed. After a first finishing step and after cooling, the item, still having an irregular shape, is modelled and polished at the grinding wheel: this is an extremely long and delicate operation.

Due to the complex and laborious technique, a limited number of very rare and refined items were crafted.