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We are a family-run artisan workshop in Venice, Cannaregio.

We design and create unique glass jewelry using only original Murano glass beads, handcrafted by us and other venetian artisans, following the traditional lampworking technique.

What will I find?

Handcrafting has been part of us our whole lives: we believe that handmade is worth the effort and that nothing made industrially will ever compare.

That’s why we make it a point to sell only authentic Murano glass and products from Venetian artisans: from glass jewelry, to glass sculptures, to handbags and notebooks printed with a watercolorist’s original paintings, in our workshop we gather the most beautiful pieces from friends and fellow makers.

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How do I get there?

Cannaregio 
Salizada San Canzian 5577
30121 - Venezia

Our store is situated in the district of Cannaregio, near the Rialto Bridge and on the directive to Fondamenta Nove, and the boarding sites for Murano-Burano-Torcello.

Mon - Sat, 10am - 7pm

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Is it original Murano glass?

The Trademark Vetro Artistico® Murano is a proof of origin provided by the Veneto Region in compliance with the law 70, passed on December 23 1994. It certifies that products have been made on the island of Murano, according to glass making tradition. It is managed by Consorzio Promovetro.

Our workshop is located in Venice, in sestiere of Cannaregio , and as such cannot request this proof of origin. We assure, however, that all glass rods used by us to make our beads are made of authentic Murano glass, produced by well-known companies from Murano island, and that the beads' production takes place in its entirety in the island of Venice, by us and other esteemed venetian artisans. The techniques used in glass processing reflect the centuries-old venetian tradition of beadmaking.

For more information regarding the distinction between Murano and venetian glass, take a look at Glass History.