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COD: 023/AZ13/NB

Magnificent sculpture of two lovers sharing a passionate embrace. "Notte boreale" colour version.

Mark of Origin

n. 023

Lievi differenze sul colore sono tipiche di una lavorazione artigianale e ne costituiscono un pregio
Availability: ships in 2/3 weeks
Dimensions: H 50 cm
Weight: 4.5 Kg
€ 1,300.00

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A symbol of love, a message with infinite interpretations. The enchanting curves of this couple capture the beautiful contrast between darkness and light, shadows and brilliance.

Imagine this unique creation on your living room table: a decor accessory that will give instant elegance to your spaces, a spectacular talking point for your guests who will be amazed and enchanted by its exquisite detailing.

The lightness of its shapes conveys all the strong feelings that all great love stories embody; this sculpture will fill your room instantly, your eyes will be captured by the infinite beauty and value of this art piece.

All the top design publications agree that no space is complete without a unique focal point, to draw the attention and admiration of your visitors; Murano glass is the perfect solution for your home, like for countless luxury abodes all over the world.

The sculpture will arrive to you or your gift recipient with the following certifications:

- Trademark of Origin sticker (tamper-proof and removable)
- Master glassmaker's signature on the piece
- YourMurano defect warranty
- Glassmaker's warranty



Zanetti Vetreria Artistica was founded in 1956 by the glassmaster Oscar Zanetti and his son Licio. The furnace quickly distinguished it self for the artistic quality of master Licio Zanetti's glass sculptures, and soon took its place among the most prestigious companies on Murano.

In 1989 master Licio Zanetti stepped down in favor of his son Oscar, who had been working by his side since his youth. From his father he inherited his artistic talent, which he learned to express through the ancient glass techniques of Murano as well as through new techniques invented in the furnace itself.

His predilection for naturalistic subjects is reflected in a lively collection inspired by the flora and fauna of his beloved Venetian Lagoon : blown or massive glass objects, all executed rigorously by hand, in the best tradition of the great masters of Murano.



Manufacturing of solid glass started being used on the island of Murano starting in the 1930's. This technique involves shaping a large and heavy mass of molten glass, supported by a solid metal rod, using the same tools as with blown glass. The objects take shape in the master's hands through expertly precise movemente. Solid glass working is mainly used to produce sculptures of all sizes.

Project developed with the
support of the Venice Chamber
of Commerce

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