Coming from the famous glass island of Murano (Italy), the Italian Seguso family found its way to Brazil in 1954. Mario Seguso was enchanted by the country and established the glass art studio Cá d'Oro in Poços de Caldas, where he continued his family's centuries-old glassblowing tradition. In 1990, Mario passed management to his son Adriano, who now runs the company. With the involvement of Adriano's sons Rodrigo and Guilherme, the Seguso family's rich glassmaking tradition continues today.
Welcome to Cá d'Oro: where Italian craftsmanship meets Brazilian passion.
Clean lines, minimalist shape and a beautiful one- and two-color pattern make these vases the perfect elegance for contemporary stylish spaces.
Black - Amber, Fume - Amber, Cinza, Fume, Purple and Green
The soft round shape gives these vases a playful and sophisticated look. They are beautiful on their own, but can also be perfectly combined with other vases from the collection.
Black - Amber, Fume - Amber, Cinza, Fume and Purple
Artistic Emergence, Craftsmanship in Performance.
The Seguso family creates their glass art by melting sand, calcium carbonate and soda ash at high temperatures. At Cá d'Oro, skilled artisans use mouth-blown techniques to shape, cut and polish the glass, resulting in artistic and striking decorative glass pieces.