Wonderful dancing couple made from Murano glass, aquamarine color and aventurine with 24k gold, this product is not painted but coloured with fusionWonderful venetian figures, representative of the Goldoni (Wikipedia) era. We are in 1700 in Venice, where the Serenissima republic began its decline in terms of control of the Mediterranean and the Venetians are dedicated mostly to the social life thanks to 'artistic and cultural atmosphere that reigns in Venice, where literature, art, and theater in Venice are the center of the world.
The product "Venetian figures in aquamarine color and aventurine" is an exquisite piece of Murano glassware. Handcrafted by skilled artisans from the famous island of Murano in Venice, Italy, these figures showcase the exquisite beauty and craftsmanship that the region is known for.Each figure is meticulously created using high-quality glass materials, particularly featuring the captivating combination of aquamarine color and aventurine. Aquamarine, a beautiful shade of blue reminiscent of the ocean, adds a serene and tranquil feel to the figures. Aventurine, on the other hand, is a type of glass that contains shimmering flecks of copper or other minerals, giving the figures a mesmerizing and enchanting sparkle.The Venetian figures are carefully shaped, with attention paid to fine details and intricate designs. Whether it is a figurine of an animal, a person, or an abstract form, each piece is expertly crafted to capture the grace and elegance that Venetian glass art is renowned for.These figures not only make stunning decorative pieces but also serve as a testament to the rich Venetian tradition of glassmaking. Displayed on a shelf, mantelpiece, or any other focal point in your home, these Venetian figures in aquamarine color and aventurine will undoubtedly add a touch of Venetian charm and sophistication to your space.
Factory name: Arte di Murano
Size: (Inches) Height 11.81
Weight: 3 kg
Glass finishes: Aquamarine and aventurine
Internal code factory: 760-gr
The item must be produced, estimated date of completion of processing: 29/12/2023, Maximum date of termination of processing: 29/12/2023. (Based on the amount of work currently in queue)