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Vintage 90s Amber, Green & White Small Glass Murano Vase

Vintage 90s Amber, Green & White Small Glass Murano Vase
Vintage 90s Amber, Green & White Small Glass Murano Vase
Vintage 90s Amber, Green & White Small Glass Murano Vase
Vintage 90s Amber, Green & White Small Glass Murano Vase
Vintage 90s Amber, Green & White Small Glass Murano Vase
Vintage 90s Amber, Green & White Small Glass Murano Vase

Designer: VINTAGE

£35.00 GBP

A Gorgeous vintage Murano glass mini vase.. Try getting a few colourful vases together, they make a beautiful feature on your coffee table, mantelpiece it’s shelf. 

Condition: Good vintage condition with minor general sign of use -(nothing noticeable)

Measurements: 13cm tall, 9cm widest part 

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NOTE. We can not guarantee that this is authentic Murano glass, it was purchased by us as Murano glass. The quality is very high and it’s heavy which are signs of Murano glass

💓💓ABOUT MURANO GLASS 💓💓

Century old Murano glass from Italy is world renowned for its appearance, elegance and beauty. Each piece of Murano glass, brings with itself the history and enchanting beauty into your homes. There are several facts about Murano glass which a Murano glass admirer must know.

  • Glassmaking existed since the 10th century in Venice and has been operating continuously since then.
  • Glass was one of the Renaissance’s most wished for treasures.
  • Glass, at one point in history, was an extremely luxurious and valuable commodity available only to the rich and wealthy ones.
  • In 1291, Venice government banned the furnaces from central Venice and moved them instead to the island of Murano. This was due to the fear of fire in the wooden structures of a crowded Venice and also to isolate the master glassblowers to prevent their sharing valuable glassmaking secrets. The glassblowers became virtual prisoners on Murano, where the penalties for divulging glassblowing secrets could include death.

 

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