Venetian glass is an art form recognized worldwide. A technique that evolves and refines itself. Passed from generation to generation, the experience of the masters is handed down to the students. Matter is shaped until it achieves its ultimate form. It is an evolving process and an ever-changing artistic performance.
Our craftsmen begin by melting the glass, which is heated to very high temperatures in a special refractory stone furnace. Once the glass is malleable enough, the craftsman uses traditional tools such as pliers, chisels and blowers to shape the molten glass. This process requires precision and skill to create the elegant patterns, curls and decorations typical of the traditional Murano artistic technique. After the shaping stage, the chandelier is left to cool slowly to stabilise the glass. Next, handmade glass ornaments and pendants are added, giving the chandelier an elegant and luminous appearance. Finally, it is mounted on a metal frame so that it can be hung from the ceiling.