FL_C2_R Venice, the city of canals, gondolas, and quiet medieval streets, is well known as the most romantic place in the world. Combine that with Murano's ancient glassmaking tradition, and you get a recipe for beautiful romantic Murano Glass sculptures, such as this stunning gold-sprinkled heart. The most well-known symbol of love, this finely crafted Murano heart channels the mystery, passion, and romance, which engulf Venice and make every traveler's heart beat a little faster in this fascinating city. Bring the romance and love of Venice represented by this beautiful heart sculpture to your home, or give it to a special person in your life for memories that will last forever.
Measurements: The sculpture measures about 3 inches in height and 3 inches in width. The depth is about 1-3/4 inch.
The sculpture is 100% authentic Murano Glass blown and shaped by hand in a family workshop on Murano island in Venice, Italy. It comes with the certificate of authenticity and the special sticker of the Murano Glass consortium.
The gold is not painted but is created with 24 karat gold leaf infused in the glass.
The heart sculpture is very well packaged to avoid damage in transit.
As this sculpture is a unique piece of art made by hand, some variations of sizes, colors, and patterns are possible. These are not defects but rather the very signs by which you can recognize the best in authentic handcrafted Venetian glass.
The red is perfect, it has a lot of brown in it, so it is not a stark red. Goes with everything. Love it.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Murano Glass Christmas Ornaments are uniquely fitting to create a fairy-tale atmosphere of Old Europe for the Holidays. Starting from a cane held under a small flame and blowing gently to create a hollow ball, the master uses ornamental features like pieces of Millefiori mosaics, gold and silver foil, and creative mixing of colors and techniques to craft beautiful Murano Glass ornaments for a glittering Christmas tree. These sparkling festive ornaments are made one-at-a-time in a traditional Murano Glass workshop using the ancient glass-making method and very basic tools.