Directly from the Pauly’s art vignette in San Marco square.
Pauly exhibit of Signoretto translation of De Marchi was in Saint Mark’s square in Venice, April 2000.
This is a Livio de Marchi famous design in wood, only one glass maestro could take the challenge to reproduce his iconic design in glass, and such a great result. The shirt shows the plies and every natural details.
An unbelievable collaboration among artist of different media, made for Pauly.
Pauly had a shop in San Marco square, every time I was in Venice I visited his shop. It was divided in two parts, a classic ones with pieces of the Murano tradition, the artistic part instead had every time exciting proposals. I have seen this sculpture there.
This is number 1/9 and stayed in the shop. Some were brought to Sofa by Mostly Glass art gallery.
I tried to catch the details. It’s a masterpiece.
A collector’s piece, either of De Marchi or Pino Signoretto.
Pauly & Co. (Retailer)
Livio De Marchi (Designer)
Height: 16.74 in. (42.5 cm)
Width: 11.03 in. (28 cm)
Depth: 2.76 in. (7 cm)
Modern (Of the Period)
Materials and Techniques
Place of Origin
Date of Manufacture
I would say perfect. Was carefully kept by Pauly in their shop for 20 years.