Decorated with the beautiful Italian Murano glass vases
Create just the right atmosphere at home with one of the beautiful handmade Murano glass vases in strong colors and impressive patterns. Use them classically for flowers or as decoration in the interior. We have found 5 of our own favorites here.
Small blue glass vase with a special story
Behind this vase stands Fratelli Toso. Toso is the surname of six Italian brothers who have made a name for themselves in colorful glass and patterns. This vase has been with the family itself as part of their own private collection. A vase for those who love collectibles or just want to have a good story to tell.
Green glass vase with nice details
Create an eye-catcher in the interior with this green glass vase. An elegant vintage Murano Fazzoletto vase with folded edges and volume in the glass that can easily hold a large bouquet of flowers. The folded edges of the vase mean that the flowers will have a natural fall to the sides.
Sweet pink glass vase with the popular swirl
Create the right mood with handpicked roadside flowers for this sweet pink swirl vase. A feast for the eyes with and without flowers. The vase has a size that can be easily placed, whether it is the coffee table or by the sink in the bathroom.
Unique vase with the glassblower's signature
If you are looking for a very special glass vase, this pink vase is particularly unique. With the glassblower's signature engraved on the base, you will hardly find a more authentic vintage Murano vase. It is made in a glass technique called Sommerso. A technique where two or more contrasting colors are combined without merging. The technique was invented by glassblower Antonio Da Ross. The vase here has a clear, transparent outer layer, which is often applied to vases made in Sommerso.
The slim vase in shades of blue
Leave the long-stemmed flowers or branches in this blue Murano vase. The vase is made of blue opal glass, which particularly characterizes the work of the Italian glassblowers in ancient Venice. The vase is mouth blown in only one piece of glass and has several shades of blue. A simple vase with fine details for the dining table.
Strong vase in pink Alabastro glass
This vase particularly stands out from other glass vases with its strong stature and beautiful pink colour. Alabastro glass was developed by the glassblower Archimede Seguso and has a shade of pink, which then becomes creamy to look at.
A classic white Murano vase
If you live by the expression 'little but good', then this vase is a very good choice for the vase you should own. A simple white vase with a beautiful swirl all around, suitable for sunflowers and other tall flowers. Mouth blown in just a single piece of glass.
If you are curious to see more beautiful Murano vases, you can see all our vintage vases from Italy here.