Item # : DP_GL_SVB
This one-of-a-kind Murano drinking glass born out of fire in the famous ancient Murano glass furnaces will make you feel like you are dining in a classy canal-side Venetian restaurant. An amazing web of rich blue glass veins wraps around silver foil unevenely-shaped base of this Murano drinking glass in random patterns, for a look that is stylish, artistic, and elegant. These glasses are great for water or soft drinks, highball cocktails, mixed drinks, and offer a perfect way to add famous Murano artistry and Venetian sophistication to your dining table. This gorgeous Venetian drinking glass, or a set of them, also makes a uniquely appropriate luxurious gift to the special people in your life, as it is truly a one-of-a-kind piece of art.
This authentic Murano glass was painstakingly created by hand using only traditional glass-making methods by a third-generation Murano maestro, whose work is displayed at exhibitions and in museums worldwide.
The glass is approximately 4 inches tall and 3 inches in diameter in its widest part. This Murano glass masterpiece is signed by the master. Attached sticker further proves its Murano origin, as does the certificate of authenticity that comes with the glass.
Because this item is a unique work of art made by hand, slight variations of colors, patterns, and shapes are possible.
by Gail B
I love this cup.....it is exquisite....I am very happy with this purchase and will get more in the future. You have excellent customer service and I so appreciate all your help!
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Murano Glass vases, figurines, tumblers, and tableware often feature a unique look, where base layer of glass is decorated with colorful flowers, leaves, abstract glass streaks, or in other ways by applying stretched out dripping glass in various colors and shapes on top of a blown glass core. This technique requires precision, talent, and many years of experience working with Murano Glass. Murano Glass has unique characteristics which, when heated up, make it stretch and flow easily, and quickly cool off to form the desired pattern. Murano Glass masters in Venice often use this technique to create abstract Venetian glassware such as Picasso-style heads, vases, or sculptures, and other modern-art creations.