It's about 6.5 inches wide and 3.5 inches tall, weighs probably about 4 pounds (I don't have a scale handy). It does need to be held. It is a "sensual" piece, if I may say. Overall a successful effort. I was surprised to see no examples anywhere on the net. I'm guessing this is because it was a fairly limited production run, in part (maybe) because it is so much heavier than the run of the mill Murano piece. Or maybe they didn't make it long due to a change in fashion; it has such a 1950s look to it, almost like a 1957 Chevy in a way, with aqua color and tail fins! Anyhow, seems I'll now need to purchase the Pina book. To see what it's "worth" (laugh, laugh). I already own the fine Rosa Barovier book on Seguso.