SINCE 1975 Victor Chiarizia has explored many facets of glassmaking, including blown, flameworked, cast, etched and sandblasted. Today, Chiarizia's sculptural works express his thoughts about life, growth and renewal in art glass comprised of two distinctive techniques--hot glass and flameworked glass with vitreous fired-on enamels. Profound images from Chiarizia's Italian-American background coupled with a boundless imagination give an earthy yet surreal style to much of his work.

Alto Series - In an effort to create works that have the look and feel of Victor's more technically advanced works which employ the Incalmo & Reverse Incalmo technique but without the physical difficulty & higher price points, Victor created The Alto Series. Stunning works in a myriad of gorgeous jewel tones.

Great price for creating that wow statement!

$1100 for the Trio. $450 Individuals

For more information about Victor Chiarizia and to see the rest of his available portfolio -

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And Yes, We can easily pack and ship these anywhere!

We’ve sent sets all over the US and even exported them.

We can get them to you too!!

Now Available with Straight Necks or Wavy Necks

Many colors to choose from -

Solid color sets or mixed color sets available!! Please inquire for specifics.

Victor Chiarizia

Curvasi Series

Steel Blue Curvasi - $875

42 1/2” h x 5 1/2” w

Currently out of stock!

Always happy to order for you!

Tangerine Curvasi - $875

41 1/2” h x 5 1/2” w

Currently out of stock!

Always happy to order for you!

The Incalmo Technique

The incalmo technique was developed by Venetian master glassblowers approximately 500 years ago and has traditionally been used to create horizontal bands of color in blown glass. It involves making "cups" of colored glass which are connected together. Steps 1 through 5 of the sketch below illustrate the process of making and assembling the cups. Step 6 shows a variation of the technique, known as reverse incalmo. It involves piercing a hole on the side of the assembled cups and attaching them to another blow pipe. The artist then gathers more glass and forms the piece into the desired shape. Incalmo is a technically complex and physically demanding technique to use. An artist must be a proficient glass blower and dedicated to the process in order to master it.

The Reverse Incalmo -

Chiarizia has adapted the reverse incalmo technique to create vertical and diagonal bands of color in his work. His innovative use of a traditional process results in designs that are quite unique. With the addition of vibrant colors, the artist creates a body of work with strong visual impact.

**Victor has discontinued his Incalmo works in 2013. Collect some of the very last of Victor’s stunning Incalmo vessels.

Once they are gone, they will not be remade! Don’t miss out on a chance to own a true collector’s item that you will truly cherish for generations!**

The Aurora Series

Amethyst & Cognac Aurora - $1,550

23 1/2” h x 8” w

In Stock & Ready to Ship!

Blue Caned Aurora - $1,650

23 1/2” h x 8” w

In Stock & Ready to Ship!

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Alto Trio Swans - Sold!

Steel Blue, Amethyst & Whiskey

Alto Trio Straight - $1,100

Verde: 40” tall x 4” wide

Strega: 38”

Amethyst: 36”

Amethyst Barchetta - $725

8 1/2” x 17” x 10 1/2”

In Stock & Ready to Ship!

In Stock & Ready to Ship!

Goccia - $595

29” h x 8” w x 5” d

Strega and Steel Blue

In Stock & Ready to Ship!