Murano Glass Bottle Stopper Glass Of Venice 753677707672

Murano Glass Bottle Stopper

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$59.95 59.95 USD 2024-02-05

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This handcrafted blown Murano glass bottle stopper is made with love and care following the ancient traditions and techniques of Murano Glassmaking. The gorgeous colors, elegant form, and unique pattern created using a complicated Filigrana technique will make this fine Murano bottle stopper a real hit at the dining table or a wine party. This beautiful bar accessory will not only help your wine retain flavor after the bottle is opened, but will also add a touch of Venetian elegance and famous Italian design to your table. Use this gorgeous Murano Glass bottle stopper every time you open a new bottle or give it to your wine-loving friends as a memory of fun moments spent together.

Measurements: The blown glass top of the bottle stopper has sphere shape and measures about 1-1/2 inches in diameter. This Venetian wine stopper has words "Murano Glass Italy" etched onto the metal part. Comes very well packaged and accompanied by an attractive velvet pouch and a 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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Murano Glass figurines, bottle stoppers, and ornaments handmade over a small flame create a fairy-tale atmosphere of Old Europe during the holidays or any time of the year. 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 figurines and ornaments. These beautiful Murano Glass objects are made one-at-a-time in a traditional Murano Glass workshop using ancient glass-making methods and very basic tools.