Signature of Andrea Zilio (Apolo). The signature is completed by the date and manufacture place Murano. It is on the bottom of the objects.
Label of the manufacture Barbini from the 70s.
The engraved signature appears in one or two lines.
Earlier signatures do show: A. Barbini
Label of Cenedese from 1945 to 1950. It was made with a silver foil on paper, up to today it is made of a metal foil without paper.
Paper label of Cenedese that is in use from 1970 until today. It differs from the old label, which was used from 1960 to 70 by smooth edges and rounded corners.
Signature of Cenedese. It is often used in combination with the label.
Barovier & Toso
A paper label version of the company Barovier & Toso, which was used from 1971 to 1984.
Signature, used from 1975, where the objects, in addition to the paper label, were engraved with a three-line signature.
Paper label, used between 1936 and 1955. At the same time, there was a round silver foil label in relief print.
Signature from Vittorio Ferro. Rarely used. Mostly unsigned.
Signature from Aldo Nason.
Signature of Yochi Ohira.
Pauly & Cia.
Label of the company Pauly & C. in the colours red, blue and green.
Seguso Vetri D´arte
Paper label of the Seguso company, which was used between 1948 and 1960. At the same time, they also used two transparent labels with the inscription: "Seguso Vetri D'Arte" and 'Seguso Vetri D'Arte - Made in Italy'.
Paper label that was used from 1960 to 1970.
Transparent label of Seguso Vetri d'Arte.
Signature of Lino Tagliapietra.
This paper label is coated with silver foil and punched. Aureliano Toso used this label exclusively for identification purposes from 1940 to 1960.
Paper label used between 1950 and 1960.
The paper label was used in the 60s (mostly indicating the model number), so that the sellers were able to assign the model.
Label Aureliano Toso.
Label of Fratelli Toso.
Label of Fratelli Toso.
Acid mark of the company Venini & C., first used around 1930.
Acid mark of the company Venini & C., around 1950.
Label from the post-war era, when multiple labels were used parallel. The timeframe cannot be determined exactly, probably between 1955 and 1970/71.
This label is also from the post-war era. It also shows the old logo, which was used between 1955 and 1970/71.
This is the best-known acid mark of Venini & C., which was used from 1946 to 1965/66.
This is the best-known acid mark of Venini & C., which was used from 1946 to 1965/66. Arround 1966 without a date and only "venini italia".
Signature of Vistosi.
Signature of Tsuchida Yasuhiko.
Label C.V.M. approx. 1930/35