THE END OF HISTORY
An archive of news and design ideas from the mid-century modern furnishing experts of Manhattan's The End of History.
Monday, December 16, 2013
Pulegoso, a technique first developed in the 1920s by Napoleone Martinuzzi in Venice, Italy is a process by which the addition of bicarbonate of soda, gasoline, or other substances are added to the melt in order to create this million bubbles effect. This emerald green and gold piece was created in the 1950s in that same tradition by the factory Seguso.
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There is nothing quite like the fabulous vintage hand blown glass , the rare ceramics, and the marvelous mid-century modern furniture found at "The End of History". We opened our shop in Manhattan's West Village in 1997. Since then we have amassed more decorative objects from the 50's & 60's in one room than anywhere in the world. As a result we've become the go-to for top editors from magazines as well as a choice source to the best interior designers in the world. We will update this blog often... and as new publications come out and exciting new items hit our shelves!