Bright palettes: Needlenose vessels from Vetro Vero

Vetro Vero launched the hand-blown glass Needlenose Incalmo vessels. The large-scale, two-toned vessel series is composed of six styles that complement the company's existing line of statement pieces. With 16 inter-changeable colorways in bright and smoky palettes to choose from, each style can be customized for specific hospitality and contract projects. The Needlenose Incalmo vessels can be customized by choosing any two colors from a palette of nine bright and seven smoky hues. The six forms can be scaled to custom sizes to fit specific sites.

Hand-crafted in America exclusively, and named for their long, narrow "needlenose" neck and the Italian "incalmo" glassmaking technique of joining two glass parts, the Needlenose Incalmo Vessels are blown and shaped once two separate hot glass colors are joined.

Vetro Vero is an American glass studio headed by Michael Schunke and Josie Gluck. 

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