Round vase with narrow neck, decorated with two small curled handles, in clear Murano glass with a central band composed of two rows of six polychrome tesserae.
The vase resembles the shape of an amphora from the ancient Roman period, and the handles are actually curled decorative elements similar to leaves. In Archimede Seguso’s artwork, clear Murano glass prevails, with a wide band at the base and a narrow neck but with edges that stick out. The polychrome tesserae are put in a delicate way. The light shade colors make this vase one of the most elegant pieces in the collection.