The production of artistic Murano glass is a complex process, often hidden in secrets that cannot be revealed. The factory where Murano glass is produced is called Fornace.
Murano became the home of artistic glass in 1291 when, by decree of the Serenissima Republic, the furnaces of Venice were transferred to the island. Since that time this activity has flourished reaching sublime creative heights thanks to the development of methods, techniques and collaboration between artists.
A unique world in which talent takes a central role in the creative process. A work made of hard effort, of dextrous hands, of looks, patience and speed of execution.
The oven is "built" according to the master's needs, who oversees the entire process up to the first casting, a phase that defines the composition of the workable material. Once the oven is switched on, it is never switched off. Inside the crucible, the glass is kept at melting temperature night and day.