Decoration obtained by applying threads of l’attimo glass in spiral shades or vitreous paste round the body of the item in a festoon like wavy pattern, obtained by means of a kind of metal comb called “ maneretta” passed  uniformly over the surface. this technique goes back to the ancient Egyptians and Phoenicians to decorate flacons and ampoules. Carlo Scarpa used to design vases of outstanding refinement using this technique together with application of gold and silver leaves. In the notes of Carlo Scarpa there were called “graffito”.