“The Golden Book of Families from Murano” collects the names of the families who were and still are specialised in glass working and blowing in Murano island. This unique collection was first published by Abbot Vincenzo Zanetti in 1883.
Every year on April 25 there are great celebrations in Venice. The anniversary of the national Liberation at the end of the Second World War is commemorated and so are Saint Mark, the city’s Patron, together with the traditional“Rosebud Festival”. Showing a strong attachment to their city’s costums, true blue Venitians never miss those celebrations!
San Nicolò is the most celebrated day and the most popular festival in Murano island.
With the purchase of a table lamp, IMuranesi will give you an Opal vase for free.
Take advantage of this incredible offer that IMuranesi has designed for Murano glass lovers, until September 15th.
The Redentor (The Feast of the Most Holy Redeemer) is the most celebrated and one of the most popular holidays in Venice.
Today IMuranesi offers the Moonlight 6 or 8 lights chandeliers at a new 20% discounted price.
The production and decoration of Murano glass is an ancient art and perhaps one of the few arts that has not been altered by the passing of time.
Choose a designer Murano glass lamp to decorate your space
Tips to choose the right Murano glass vase and give character to your spaces.
Goblets and water tumblers in Murano glass: style becomes functional.