Jewelry and watches handmade by Murano Glass artisans represent the millennial tradition of fine craftsmanship and innovative design. Even the most discerning woman will love Murano Glass jewelry which channels the delicate beauty of Venice.
Elegant Murano Glass accessories bring color and fresh breath of Venetian air into your life. Enjoy our selection of fine Murano Glass personal and office accessories handcrafted by top Murano Glass artisans.
Beautiful home brings a lot of happy moments into your life. Enjoy our large selection of artistic Murano Glass home accents imported directly from Venice, Italy and handcrafted by the best glass artisans on Murano Island.
Dine and entertain in style with fine Murano Glass tableware and barware. Our bowls, plates, tumblers, goblets, decanters, pitchers and other fine pieces come from the workshops of the most famous Murano artisans whose families have been blowing glass for generations.
Stunning, elegant, unique, this Murano Glass Ring is crafted by a family of artisans on Murano Island in Venice, the place where world-famous glass-making tradition first emerged a thousand years ago. The ring stands out with its stylish shape, deep colors, and a captivating pattern that is unique for every ring and can never be re-created exactly. Artisans used genuine 925 silver foil infused in the glass to create gentle shimmer and make even richer impression. This ring is a great way to add a touch of Venetian glamour to your outfit and show off your love of European elegance and Italian artisan tradition. The ring's central bead measures 3/4 x 3/4 inches, and the band easily adjusts to fit any finger size. The ring comes with an attractive velvet pouch and a certificate of authenticity.
Because each Murano Glass piece is a unique work of art made by hand and due to the technique used to create this ring, some variations of colors and patterns as well as random Millefiori inclusions can be expected, and are a distinct feature of authentic Murano Glass.
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.