seem obvious, but all our glass for this type of product are blown ONLY on the island of Murano.
The arms of Murano blown glass chandeliers are hollow elements inside which the electrical wires pass
we make spare parts for Murano chandeliers with missing parts. We restore the chandeliers to their original value.
Structurally, glass is an amorphous solid, i.e. it has neither its own shape nor its own crystalline lattice.
The structure of these types of solids is similar to that of high viscosity liquids in which the particles flow over each other. Amorphous solids have no defined faces:
Murano glass is consequently cut and shaped.
They do not have a precise melting temperature and in the heating phase they soften, passing from an initial state of rigidity to an almost liquid one.
In the common language with the term Murano glass is indicated only that consisting mainly of silicon oxide used in the manufacture of decorative elements such as Murano glass chandeliers.
Glass is mainly used for its transparency and for the possibility of colouring thanks to the addition of certain oxides: the art, craft and technique used for the processing of this material is called "hyalurgy".
MCF Murano Factory Chandeliers Ltd Calle cimitero 2 Murano 30141 Ve Phone +39 041 8878183