Toni Zuccheri 1937–2008

Born in 1936 in San Vito al Taglimento, Toni Zuccheri was the son of renowned Italian metaphysical painter Luigi Zuccheri whose work was focused predominantly on the depiction of fantastic animals and birds. From an early age Toni demonstrated an innate capacity for drawing and possessed a great sensitivity toward nature and animals, birds in particular.

A few years after moving to Venice with his family in 1945, he enrolled in the Academy of Architecture and studied under Franco Albini, Ignazio Gardella, Carlo Scarpa and others. In the early 1960s he began to study and work at Venini where, in collaboration with Gio Ponti, he engaged in intensive experimentation with glass; the culmination was the development of Vetro Grosso, a new type of glass created from dense vitreous pastes combined with murrine, raw pigment, shards of Filigrana canes and fine wire mesh.

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Auction Results Toni Zuccheri

TONI ZUCCHERI, Hoopoe | wright20.com

Toni Zuccheri

Hoopoe

estimate: $20,000–30,000
result: $27,500
TONI ZUCCHERI, Rare Mexico vase | wright20.com

Toni Zuccheri

Rare Mexico vase

estimate: $7,000–9,000
result: $17,500
TONI ZUCCHERI, Scolpito vase, model 717 | wright20.com

Toni Zuccheri

Scolpito vase, model 717

estimate: $7,000–9,000
result: $7,500
TONI ZUCCHERI, Biennale vase | wright20.com

Toni Zuccheri

Biennale vase

estimate: $3,000–4,000
result: $6,000
TONI ZUCCHERI, Vulcano vase | wright20.com

Toni Zuccheri

Vulcano vase

estimate: $2,000–3,000
result: $5,700
TONI ZUCCHERI, Crepuscolo vase with stopper | wright20.com

Toni Zuccheri

Crepuscolo vase with stopper

estimate: $5,000–7,000
result: $5,625
TONI ZUCCHERI, Giada vase | wright20.com

Toni Zuccheri

Giada vase

estimate: $5,000–7,000
result: $5,000
TONI ZUCCHERI, Mexico vase | wright20.com

Toni Zuccheri

Mexico vase

estimate: $3,000–5,000
result: $4,688