Murano Mosaic Purple Ball Earrings Glass Of Venice 053926462100

Murano Mosaic Purple Ball Earrings

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$29.95 29.95 USD 2024-01-29
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Flirty and stylish, these lovely Millefiori earrings present a modern twist on a Venetian classic. The beads with mosaic millefiori designs are crafted by hand by master artisans in one of the oldest Murano Glass workshops, following the traditions established centuries ago. These dainty earrings present the most popular and ancient Murano glass technique, Millefiori, in fun and contemporary way.
  • Each bead measures about 3/8 inches in diameter.
  • The ear-hooks are made of gold-plated surgical steel to ensure safety, comfort, and lasting quality.
  • The earrings come with an attractive velvet pouch and the certificate of authenticity.
  • Because each item is a unique work of art made by hand, slight variations of colors and patterns are possible.

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I wish the balls were the same size as the beads but glad to have earrings to go with my necklace.

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Workmanship



It all starts with crafting special Millefiori canes with a pattern inside, then cutting them into small pieces and carefully sorting them by hand inside a Murano Glass factory in Venice, Italy. The next step is making a Murano Glass bead by hand under a small flame. Then, while it is still hot, dipping the bead into the tray of tiny Millefiori pieces of appropriate colors to create a unique design and pattern. Lastly, the master reheats the bead again to make sure the Millefiori inclusions are completely infused into its surface, finalizes shaping it, and gradually cools it down. Thus, painstakingly, bead by bead, the artisans in Venice, Italy create Murano Glass Millefiori necklaces, bracelets, earrings, pendants, and other Venetian jewelry pieces with beautiful mosaic patterns. This work has been going on for hundreds of years and today Murano Glass masters still use only basic tools and skills honed by decades of experience in their factories and workshops on Murano island.