Rosetta Murano Glass Millefiori Bracelet - Brown Glass Of Venice 753677711884

Rosetta Murano Glass Millefiori Bracelet - Brown

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$27.95 27.95 USD 2022-11-27
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This chic Murano Glass bracelet brings the fresh air of Venice and its unique colorful fashion to women who look for originality and style. Centuries-old Murano Glass technique perfected by Venetian master craftsmen is used to create colorful mosaic effect that is fun, trendy, and versatile enough to wear with lots of different outfits. This is a unique accessory that will make every day brighter.

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The technique of fusing together small colored fragments of glass dates all the way back to Ancient Egypt and Rome. After the fall of Rome, having been lost for centuries, this intricate technique was reinvented by Murano glass masters in the 15th century, and given new life and worldwide fame. While this technique is called "Murrine" on Murano island, outside of Venice it was dubbed "Millefiori", or "a thousand flowers" for its resemblance to a blossoming meadow.
A Millefiori design starts with the rods of different colors, each made by stretching a blob of glass into a cane. These canes are then cut into small segments, and the segments are carefully arranged by hand into a pattern that fits within a desired shape. Finally, the resulting arrangement is put into a special furnace where the tiny glass pieces are carefully fused together in high heat, and then gradually cooled off. This is how Murano masters create their famous Millefiori pendants, earrings, cufflinks, pill boxes, paperweights and many other beautiful and unique Millefiori jewelry pieces that are instantly recognized and valued for their artistic appeal and fine craftsmanship. Enjoy your Murano Glass jewelry creation, knowing that it was carefully handmade by talented Murano Glass artisans in Venice, Italy.