High Leafs: spare parts for Murano chandeliers

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

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from distant and exotic places. The distinctive element of Murano from all the other centres was the manual skill and imagination of the masters of Murano glass who, over time, were considered to be the best since the Renaissance in the various courts.

As if that were not enough, the first glass school was developed in this period, established to direct young talents to the technical knowledge and manual skills and secrets of the Murano masters.

In the Middle Ages and the Renaissance Murano glass was particularly in demand and desired by the wealthiest and richest families in the form of transparent glass, which gave the various objects (vases and glasses) a more elegant and refined appearance.

In the Baroque period there was the explosion of glass processing in the form of milky, i.e. milk-white glass that could be perfectly combined with Venetian furniture.

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