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MURANO GLASSES

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Verres Murano

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Weight
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Measurements

Ø 7 x Ht 10 cm / Ø 0,28 x H 3,94 inch

Finishes

CARABOSSE, CLOCHETTE, FLORA, FLORA Fluted, MELUSINE, MORGANE, PAQUERETTE Fluted, PIMPRENELLE, PIMPRENELLE Fluted

Together with Stories of Italy, we are pleased to present a new project inspired from the chromatic research and the deconstruction of the technique behind the Murano glass macchia. Traditionally, the macchia is applied in a single phase and it is subsequently coated with a crystal layer. Here, instead, it has been deconstructed and reassembled. By completely removing the crystal, the artworks lose the sparkling effect – a characteristic of the macchia - in favour of an opaque one. The chromatic motifs are created through repeated multiple applications of colourful pigments and flakes: layers on layers, macchie on macchie.

Together with Stories of Italy, we are pleased to present a new project inspired from the chromatic research and the deconstruction of the technique behind the Murano glass macchia. Traditionally, the macchia is applied in a single phase and it is subsequently coated with a crystal layer. Here, instead, it has been deconstructed and reassembled. By completely removing the crystal, the artworks lose the sparkling effect – a characteristic of the macchia - in favour of an opaque one. The chromatic motifs are created through repeated multiple applications of colourful pigments and flakes: layers on layers, macchie on macchie.

Together with Stories of Italy, we are pleased to present a new project inspired from the chromatic research and the deconstruction of the technique behind the Murano glass macchia. Traditionally, the macchia is applied in a single phase and it is subsequently coated with a crystal layer. Here, instead, it has been deconstructed and reassembled. By completely removing the crystal, the artworks lose the sparkling effect – a characteristic of the macchia - in favour of an opaque one. The chromatic motifs are created through repeated multiple applications of colourful pigments and flakes: layers on layers, macchie on macchie.

Together with Stories of Italy, we are pleased to present a new project inspired from the chromatic research and the deconstruction of the technique behind the Murano glass macchia. Traditionally, the macchia is applied in a single phase and it is subsequently coated with a crystal layer. Here, instead, it has been deconstructed and reassembled. By completely removing the crystal, the artworks lose the sparkling effect – a characteristic of the macchia - in favour of an opaque one. The chromatic motifs are created through repeated multiple applications of colourful pigments and flakes: layers on layers, macchie on macchie.

Together with Stories of Italy, we are pleased to present a new project inspired from the chromatic research and the deconstruction of the technique behind the Murano glass macchia. Traditionally, the macchia is applied in a single phase and it is subsequently coated with a crystal layer. Here, instead, it has been deconstructed and reassembled. By completely removing the crystal, the artworks lose the sparkling effect – a characteristic of the macchia - in favour of an opaque one. The chromatic motifs are created through repeated multiple applications of colourful pigments and flakes: layers on layers, macchie on macchie.

Together with Stories of Italy, we are pleased to present a new project inspired from the chromatic research and the deconstruction of the technique behind the Murano glass macchia. Traditionally, the macchia is applied in a single phase and it is subsequently coated with a crystal layer. Here, instead, it has been deconstructed and reassembled. By completely removing the crystal, the artworks lose the sparkling effect – a characteristic of the macchia - in favour of an opaque one. The chromatic motifs are created through repeated multiple applications of colourful pigments and flakes: layers on layers, macchie on macchie.

Together with Stories of Italy, we are pleased to present a new project inspired from the chromatic research and the deconstruction of the technique behind the Murano glass macchia. Traditionally, the macchia is applied in a single phase and it is subsequently coated with a crystal layer. Here, instead, it has been deconstructed and reassembled. By completely removing the crystal, the artworks lose the sparkling effect – a characteristic of the macchia - in favour of an opaque one. The chromatic motifs are created through repeated multiple applications of colourful pigments and flakes: layers on layers, macchie on macchie.

Together with Stories of Italy, we are pleased to present a new project inspired from the chromatic research and the deconstruction of the technique behind the Murano glass macchia. Traditionally, the macchia is applied in a single phase and it is subsequently coated with a crystal layer. Here, instead, it has been deconstructed and reassembled. By completely removing the crystal, the artworks lose the sparkling effect – a characteristic of the macchia - in favour of an opaque one. The chromatic motifs are created through repeated multiple applications of colourful pigments and flakes: layers on layers, macchie on macchie.

Together with Stories of Italy, we are pleased to present a new project inspired from the chromatic research and the deconstruction of the technique behind the Murano glass macchia. Traditionally, the macchia is applied in a single phase and it is subsequently coated with a crystal layer. Here, instead, it has been deconstructed and reassembled. By completely removing the crystal, the artworks lose the sparkling effect – a characteristic of the macchia - in favour of an opaque one. The chromatic motifs are created through repeated multiple applications of colourful pigments and flakes: layers on layers, macchie on macchie.

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