An exclusive murrine glass tumbler for a mise en place My Venice Style.
The art of Venetian murrine glass developed particularly well from the 19th century onwards. In particular, the term ‘murrino’ or ‘a murrina’ indicates both the working and the artistic composition of sections of coloured glass rods assembled to form a design. The origin of the word derives from Roman era murrha (or fluorite) pottery, which was highly prized for the variety and brightness of its colours and from which Venetian glass masters drew inspiration.
Valuable examples of Venetian glass artwork can be found in the world’s most important glass museums.
Zona di produzione: Murano (VE)
A refined collection of table accessories created exclusively for My Venice by Murano designer Paolo Donà. His original creations are characterised by new interpretation of classical forms with reference to the working of Murrine glass and glass mosaics.
The objects are Handmade on the Venetian Island of Murano.
Venice is world-famous for its ancient tradition concerning the production and making of glass and mirrors, and there are written records of this art dating back to before the year 1000.