Cups: spare parts for Murano chandeliers

Spare parts for Murano chandeliers with missing parts also from the production of other glassworks

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gold dust

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it seems obvious, but all our spare glass for this type of product are blown EXCLUSIVELY on the

island of Murano

Green

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Cup or Cup: you can buy online directly from our Venetian furnaces, without going through the intermediaries of the traditional sales network.

Amber

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Blown glass cups or cups for Murano chandeliers. we also make spare parts to customer specifications.


Menphis or Menphis group

 that we want to say was born in the Milanese house of Ettore Sottsaas. The story goes that the record player jammed several times during the song, Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again by bob Dylan in the verse "with the Memphis Blues Again" and playing with a subtle irony between Elvis Presley's hometown, Menphis and Menfi, the capital of ancient Egypt.

 

Practically little culture so much culture.

 

That evening 11/12/1980 there were Michele De Lucchi, Aldo Cibic, Matteo Thun, Marco Zanini and Martine Bedin in fact a collective was born that carried on the experience of the Alchemy Studio and the closeness to a more radical design.

 

A working group was created in reaction to the style of the '70s considered too minimalist and dull in colour, first and foremost black,

 

in the following meeting held in February were added:

 

 among others, architects and designers such as Alessandro Mendini, Andrea Branzi, Nathalie du Pasquier, Michael Graves, Hans Hollein, Arata Isozaki, Shirò Kuramata, Javier Mariscal and George Sowden, and journalist Barbara Radice.

 

Memphis, who in the meantime had elected Ernesto Gismondi (he himself, founder and president of the Artemide spa group) as its president, thus came into contact with furniture and ceramics companies, initially with about a hundred projects.

We clearly limit ourselves to Murano glass objects and chandeliers.

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