Set of two splendid scavo vase. One round and the other very tall and olive shaped. Heavy and imposing. Scavo is made using a scavo technique of adding minerals over the hot shaped glass and a corroso finish that is to add acid with sawdust, to stay in place. The combination is of a great antique texture. Scavo became popular in the 1980s and was the dominant finish for a decade. There was a love for texture and not for shininess. Pottery was growing popularity for the same reason versus porcelain. Stone vs polished marble. Woodgrain vs glossy wood and so on. Imposing and rare set. In a color that is now in high fashion. Here Bisazza used a theme that was popular at the end of the 1980s, the native American art. In particular the Navaho pottery. This collection belongs to the Livio Seguso production made under Bisazza ownership for a small period of the early 1990s. Livio continued his artist career with the freedom and the free state of mind that came from not owning a company. Similar path of Luciano Vistosi. Bisazza, the famous luxury mosaic company, continued Seguso models for the first part of the 1990s. Then closed the furnace and continued to focus with his mosaic collection. His masters, Elio Raffaelli and Roberto Camozzo, continued the massiccio production independently. Carries the spiral Bisazza logo. Measure listed are the tall ones Sphere: Height 20 cm (8 inches approx) Diameter 24 (9 1/2 inches approx.) Tall: Height 40 cm (16 inches approx) Diameter 25 (10 inches approx.).