Manufacturers of Murano glass chandeliers
Murano glass still today, after hundreds of years, is produced using substances, mixtures and techniques of the past. Made by the master glassmaker, assisted by various helpers throughout the production process and creation of the work, whether it be a chandelier or any other glass object.
We often hear the workers of the furnace defined with the term "Manufacturers" of Murano glass or Murano chandeliers, but this term is improper as it does not value the actual work, art and knowledge of the Venetian master glassmaker, who , through the experience and know-how handed down from generation to generation, works glass with skill to make it unique in shape and color in each creation.
Artistic Masters of Murano Glass
To manually produce and work a Murano glass chandelier, the master glassmaker makes use of numerous assistants, each of whom has a specific name and task in the glass production process. Servant, servant, boy, boy and forcellante; the latter figure, the forcellante, has the task of taking all the various pieces of the chandelier, leaves, flowers, cups and glass arms just worked and placing them in "tempera", where they will spend all night until the following morning.
Tempera is a large oven where every single piece that makes up the Murano glass chandeliers passes to increase its resistance. The temperature in the tempera oven gradually decreases until it reaches a temperature of 45-50 ° C. This is how, in the wonderful world of Venetian Murano glass, unique chandeliers can be created and, in jargon, the "Piazza" is made up, or the whole of the working group in a Venetian furnace.
Murano glass products
Therefore, the processing of Murano glass in Venice, with an authentic and ancient technique, allows you to create authentic works of art. The products are made by the glass masters in Murano and not by ordinary workers.
All our products are made in the Venetian furnaces. The chandeliers, wall lights, ceiling lights, floor or table lamps as well as sculptures are unique thanks to the work of the glass masters. Their technique has been handed down for generations, and allows you to create precious objects for lighting and home decoration.