The Pinstriped Crystal Cylindrical Amber/Blue Vase is another perfect example of amazing craftsmanship from Italy. Hand-blown in Italy at the 60-year-old Mario Cioni factory, this is a truly iconic piece. The design comprises pure jet black crystal that is fused in strips with warm amber crystal, and the contrast in colours is striking.
About the brand
Queen of Great Britain, Ex-president of the United States, Sultan of Brunei ... Do you know what unites all these people besides their political affiliation? All of them are fans of the famous Italian brand Mario Cioni. Yes, do not be surprised, accessories produced under this name adorn the residences of the powerful. But they can also be found in the homes of less famous people. After all, the brand has gained immense popularity and has a myriad of fans all over the world.
The brand is named after its founder. For more than fifty years the company has been creating beauty and considers its main task to be to provide aesthetic pleasure to its client. Various means are used to achieve this goal: constant experimentation with forms and concepts, the attraction of the best designers, sincere passion for what we do, and always a professional approach. The combination of these elements allows Mario Cioni to create an eternal dream out of inert material - beautiful creations that provide hedonistic pleasure.
Today the company has several directions with different stylistic features and individual focus. But all the collections of Mario Cioni, Tondo Doni, Lucescultura, Mario Cioni Crystal Sound are distinguished by their unique aesthetics and deep sensuality.
Historically, the first branch of the company was the manufacture of glassware according to classical canons. These accessories are distinguished by delicate lines, interesting shapes and have every right to be counted among the works of high art. Nowadays, the brand's collections that meet these principles are known as Mario Cioni.
Tondo Doni gets its name from Michelangelo's painting, which revolutionized the world of Renaissance fine art. This trend reveals crystal in a new way. It appears to us in a different perspective - as a precious material and at the same time a charming design element.