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Venini Empty Pockets Murano Glass, 1950, Italy
By Venini
Located in Milano, IT
Venini Empty pockets murano glass 1950 Italy.
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Vintage 1950s Italian Other Centerpieces

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Murano Glass

  • Venini Empty Pockets Murano Glass, 1950, Italy
  • Venini Empty Pockets Murano Glass, 1950, Italy
  • Venini Empty Pockets Murano Glass, 1950, Italy
  • Venini Empty Pockets Murano Glass, 1950, Italy
H 2.37 in. W 6.7 in. D 5.52 in.
Barovier & Toso Ashtray Empties Pockets Murano Glass, 1940, Italy
By Barovier&Toso
Located in Milano, IT
Barovier et Toso ashtray pockets Murano glass, 1940, Italy.
Category

Vintage 1940s Italian Other Ashtrays

Materials

Murano Glass

Italian Midcentury Empty Pockets 1960s Submerged Murano Glass
By Vintage Murano Gallery
Located in bari, IT
Empty pockets with a triangular shape, transparent base and blue shades, submerged Murano glass from the 1960s.
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Vintage 1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Glass

Materials

Murano Glass

Italian Midcentury Empty Pockets 1960s Murano Glass
By Vintage Murano Gallery
Located in bari, IT
Empty pockets with oval shape in forest green with brown shades, thick Murano glass from the 1960s.
Category

Vintage 1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Glass

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Glass

Flavio Poli Pocket Emptier Murano Glass, 1950, Italy
By Flavio Poli
Located in Milano, IT
Flavio Poli pocket Emptier Murano glass, 1950, Italy.
Category

Vintage 1950s Italian Other Glass

Materials

Murano Glass

Venini Centerpiece/Pocket Emptier Murano Glass Gold, 1950, Italy
By Venini
Located in Milano, IT
Venini Centerpiece/Pocket Emptier Murano glass gold, 1950, Italy.
Category

Vintage 1950s Italian Other Glass

Materials

Murano Glass

Vintage Empty Pocket in Murano Glass by Alfredo Barbini
By Alfredo Barbini
Located in Milano, IT
Splendid Murano glass tray to empty pockets, realized by Alfredo Barbini in the 50's, of precious Italian manufacture. The shape of this glass tray is quite simple, a hemisphere wit...
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Vintage 1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Centerpieces

Materials

Murano Glass

Fulvio Bianconi Centerpiece/Pocket emptier Murano Glass 1950 Italy
By Fulvio Bianconi
Located in Milano, IT
Fulvio Bianconi.
Category

Vintage 1950s Italian Other Centerpieces

Materials

Murano Glass

Barovier Et Toso Ashtray/Centerpiece/Pocket Emptier Murano Glass, 1940, Italy
By Barovier&Toso
Located in Milano, IT
Barovier et Toso ashtray /centerpiece/pocket emptier Murano glass, 1940, Italy.
Category

Vintage 1940s Italian Other Ashtrays

Materials

Murano Glass

20th Century Italian Murano Artistic Glass Vase or Pocket Emptier, 1960s
By Seguso Vetri d'Arte
Located in Casale Monferrato, IT
Refined design large vase in submerged Murano glass in shades of yellow and green made by Flavio Poli for Seguso, 1960s. This vase is characterized by a particular design shape. Vase...
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Vintage 1960s Italian Glass

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Murano Glass

Pair of Round Vide Pocket Emptier Bowls in Brass and Murano Glass, Italy, 1970s
Located in Rome, IT
Pair of round vide pocket emptier bowls in brass and Murano glass. Made in Italy in the 1970s.
Category

Vintage 1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Decorative Dishes and Vide-Poche

Materials

Metal, Brass

Tommaso Barbi Murano and Brass Ashtray Pocket Emptier, Italy, 1970s
By Tommaso Barbi
Located in Rome, IT
Ashtray / pocket emptier in white Murano glass and brass interior made by the Italian designer Tommaso Barbi (signed on the bottom, original label still attached) in circa 1970.
Category

Vintage 1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

Materials

Metal, Brass

Set of Three Green Murano Glass Ashtrays/Empty Pockets, 1960s
Located in Florence, IT
Set of three green Murano glass ashtrays/empty pockets. Can be sold individually. Measurements: Round ashtray empty pockets cm 18 x 6; Prismatic emerald green ashtray/empty pocket...
Category

Mid-20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

Materials

Murano Glass

Tommaso Barbi Murano and Brass Ashtray Pocket Emptier, Italy, 1970s
By Tommaso Barbi
Located in Naples, IT
Ashtray / pocket emptier in amber Murano glass and brass interior made by the Italian designer Tommaso Barbi (signed on the bottom, original label still attached) in circa 1970.
Category

Vintage 1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

Materials

Brass

Empty Pockets in Murano Glass
By Vintage Murano Gallery
Located in bari, IT
Empty pockets in Murano glass honey color from the 1960s.
Category

Vintage 1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Decorative Boxes

Materials

Murano Glass

  • Empty Pockets in Murano Glass
  • Empty Pockets in Murano Glass
  • Empty Pockets in Murano Glass
  • Empty Pockets in Murano Glass
H 2.37 in. Dm 7.09 in.
Italian Midcentury Empty Pockets 1960s Submerged Murano Glass
By Vintage Murano Gallery
Located in bari, IT
Empty pocket green with shades of blue, in submerged Murano glass from the 1960s.
Category

Vintage 1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Glass

Materials

Murano Glass

Venini Pocket Emptier Murano Glass, 1960, Italy
By Venini
Located in Milano, IT
Venini pocket emptier Murano glass, 1960, Italy.
Category

Vintage 1950s Italian Other Ashtrays

Materials

Murano Glass

  • Venini Pocket Emptier Murano Glass, 1960, Italy
  • Venini Pocket Emptier Murano Glass, 1960, Italy
  • Venini Pocket Emptier Murano Glass, 1960, Italy
  • Venini Pocket Emptier Murano Glass, 1960, Italy
H 2.76 in. W 9.06 in. D 4.34 in.
Venini Pocket Emptier Plate Blown Glass Murano, Italy, 1950s
By Venini
Located in Milano, IT
Pocket emptier plate in red blown glass. Brand of the manufacturer under the base.
Category

Vintage 1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Decorative Dishes and Vide-Poche

Materials

Glass

Empty Pockets Murano For Sale on 1stDibs

Choose from an assortment of styles, material and more with respect to the empty pockets murano you’re looking for at 1stDibs. Frequently made of glass, murano glass and brass, every empty pockets murano was constructed with great care. There are many kinds of the empty pockets murano you’re looking for, from those produced as long ago as the 20th Century to those made as recently as the 20th Century. An empty pockets murano, designed in the Mid-Century Modern style, is generally a popular piece of furniture. You’ll likely find more than one empty pockets murano that is appealing in its simplicity, but Venini, Vintage Murano Gallery and Barovier&Toso produced versions that are worth a look.

How Much is a Empty Pockets Murano?

An empty pockets murano can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $967, while the lowest priced sells for $451 and the highest can go for as much as $1,934.

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