Murano Glass Goblet - Ruby Red Glass Of Venice 753677707894

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Murano Glass Goblet - Ruby Red

$199.95 199.95 USD 2025-02-27
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Brought to you by the talented Murano Glass artists and artisans of modern-day Venice, this gorgeous Venetian Goblet takes you straight to the elegant dining rooms and refined tastes of the centuries past. A legendary floating city that blinded visitors with luxury of its glorious banquets, carnivals, and balls, Venice was a place where dreams came true and people knew how to enjoy life to the fullest. Our beautiful Murano Glass goblets bring back Venice's golden age and help you live and entertain in style. These traditional Venetian wine glasses also make a fine and unique gift for momentous occasions such as weddings, anniversaries, or birthdays, and will become a family keepsake that will surely be treasured for generations.

Measurements: This Murano goblet measures approximately 9.5 to 10.5 inch in height, and the diameter at the top is 3 inches. The diameter of the base is 3.5 inches. The wine glass is very well packaged to avoid breakage in transit and comes with the original sticker and engraving on the base, and a certificate of authenticity.

Because each Murano Glass piece is a unique work of art made by hand, slight variations of colors and patterns are possible.

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Gold Foil or Gold Leaf is used in Murano Glass to create designs that seem to shimmer and glow, which is achieved by infusing very thin pieces of real 24 karat gold foil into the liquid glass. This technique is used in crafting Murano glassware ranging from small beads to large sculptures and vases. In larger pieces, the Venetian glass artisan gathers a big blob of glass at the end of a metal stick, then wraps gold foil around the blob, creating a thin outer layer of pure gold, and then puts the blob into the furnace to ensure that the gold permanently fuses with the glass. In this way masters in Murano Glass factories can create gold Millefiori or Sommerso glassware, adding a touch of pure sunshine to art glass.