Murano Glass Italian Rosary - Aqua Blue Glass Of Venice 053926474196

Murano Glass Italian Rosary - Aqua Blue

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$59.95 59.95 USD 2023-12-08

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This Murano Glass Rosary features beautiful multicolor beads and a cross in a beautiful shade of aqua color with green and blue undertones richly decorated with 24K gold leaf. This special Venetian rosary is handcrafted by the skilled master glass-makers in a family-owned workshop on Murano island in Venice, Italy. The rosary is created entirely by hand using ancient glass-making tools and techniques. This is a beautiful religious gift that will be uniquely appropriate for a special occasion.
  • Measurements: Length: 30 inches. From tie to the bottom of the cross: 4-1/2 inches. Cross: 1-1/4 inch tall by 1 inch wide
  • Comes with an attractive velvet pouch and a Certificate Of Authenticity.
  • Handmade using a complex glass-making technique, such that no two items are exactly the same. The beads on the Rosary are multicolored but the specific color and placement of each bead may vary.

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Lampworking technique of glass-making, which dates back to ancient Egypt, was revived by Murano glass artisans around the fourteenth century. This technique is based on heating up a blob of glass under a small flame from a lamp or a torch until it reaches malleable state, then blowing and using simple tools or just hands to create various forms and designs. Lampworking allows the artisan's creativity to blossom, as copper sparkles, various minerals, and pieces of glass cane are fused together in this process to create rich colors and imaginative patterns that are always unique. Murano Glass masters often use lampworking method to create small jewelry, such as pendants, earrings, or rings, as well as keychains, barrettes, pillboxes, and figurines.