The Murano Bubble glass chandeliers are part of the series of modern blown glass chandeliers, they are characterised by bright colours and rounded shapes made with the technique of blown glass.
The technique of blowing glass is the oldest one, in this way, glass masters could create objects capable of holding food and drink. The first motivation for creating glass works, in fact, was to have objects of daily use, but soon the artistic flair of the Venetians began to produce pieces of very high quality and much appreciated by the nobility of the time. Blowing glass is only part of the production technique, shaping any piece is a sublime, sophisticated and complex art, which transcends simple craftsmanship and goes beyond. By interfacing with this material at a thousand degrees and shaping it, the Murano glass master was often seen as an alchemist, and from this alchemy wonderful works have been created over the centuries. But the fundamental characteristic of Murano glass is precisely this: each work is unique.