MURANO MURRINA

The MURANO MURRINA jewelry is manufactured using the ancient lampworking technique which consists of melting different types of glass with a torch; once in a molten state, the glass is formed by blowing and shaping with tools and hand movements creating unique shapes and colours combinations.
This is a difficult technique handed down from father to son since hundreds of years. It requires a lot of patience, imagination and precision. The scarcity of skilled artisans make the Murano Jewelry even more precious and hard to find.


MURANO-MURRINA

The MURANO MURRINA manufacture is located in Murano Island - Venice, Italy.
It was established in 1970 by the experience a producer of Murrine Veneziane that began the production of is unique Jewelry product back in 1985 focusing on innovative designs, quality hardware and of course gorgeous glass beads 
all certified and guaranteed as Original Murano Glass - Made in Italy.


MURANO FASHION
Murano Murrina Jewelry is trendy, fashionable and sophisticated.
The natural colors of these accessories are gorgeous fashionable accents as they are easy mix and match style.
Our all products are handcrafted in using only Original Murano Glass - Made in Italy and accompanied by a Certificate of authenticity. All metal parts are Nickel-free.
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Here a little of history about Murano
Murano is a series of islands linked by bridges in the Venetian Lagoon, northern Italy famous worldwide for its unique glass making.
Murano was initially settled by the Romans but from the thirteenth century, Murano was governed by a podestà from Venice. Unlike the other islands in the Lagoon, Murano minted its own coins.
In 1291, all the glassmakers in Venice were forced to move to Murano due to the risk of fires.
In the following century, exports began, and the island became famous, initially for glass beads and mirrors. Aventurine glass was invented on the island, and for a while Murano was the main producer of glass in Europe. The island later became known for chandeliers. Although decline set in during the eighteenth century, glassmaking is still the island's main industry.

Murano's glassmakers held a monopoly on high-quality glassmaking for centuries, developing or refining many technologies including optically clear glass, enameled glass (smalto), glass with threads of gold (aventurine), multicolored glass (millefiori), milk glass (lattimo), and imitation gemstones made of glass. Today, the artisans of Murano still employ these centuries-old techniques, crafting everything from contemporary art glass and glass jewelry to Murano glass chandeliers and wine stoppers.

Venice kept protecting the secret of the production of glass and of crystal but, notwithstanding it, the Republic partially lost its monopoly at the end of the sixteenth century, because of some glass makers who let the secret be known in many European countries.

The "Vetro Artistico Murano" trademark, filed and registered at the European Office for Harmonisation in Alicante, no. 00481812, has been established and is regulated by Regional Law no. 70, 1994.

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