Glass of Murano
Known and appreciated throughout the world for the characteristics of flexibility and transparency, the Murano is famous for the quality of items produced with this precious material, however, has a secular history. Chandeliers, ornaments, sculptures, necklaces, vases and many other precious objects ideal for a stylish decor of your home. Established on the island of Murano, the fame of the glass dates from the late Middle Ages and even then the most important noble families of Europe commissioned the local fine glass glasses to be included in private collections, among other things, the choice of 'island of Murano for its glass was not entirely accidental: the island was located outside the city center and this distance would have cushioned the damages caused by fires and also being the north to Venice, the fumes of production would not reached the city. Today, Murano glass objects are very valuable for their creation and uses several techniques such as plate glass, lampworking, glass blowing and, last but not least, the glass of Murrina, without a doubt the longest and most complex of all.