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MAKI by TIOZZO SERGIO

COD: 068/SUSHI/1/BL

MAKI
by TIOZZO SERGIO
Square plate, featuring a classic pattern of aqua and blue murrine.

Mark of Origin

n. 068

Lievi differenze sul colore sono tipiche di una lavorazione artigianale e ne costituiscono un pregio
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Dimensions: L 4.13 x lenght 3.94"
Weight: 0.22 lb

Regular Price: £ 58.00

Special Price: £ 49.00

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MAKI BLUE

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The mosaic of murrine that compose this collection of plates is absolutely spectacular: the joining of tiny flower glass canes with monochrome ones, surrounded by crystal glass inserts with white filaments, gives this plate the feel of a tiny hand-painted picture: a tidy Japanese garden seen from above. This is the magic of a Murano glass creation.

The collection is composed of three pieces, one square and two rectangles, in three different colour combinations: aqua and blue, pink and amethyst, red and black.

Design and innovation, tradition and craftsmanship, clean lines and elegance are the defining traits of each of these three pieces, that make them perfect for any furnishing style, both modern and traditional.

VETRERIA TIOZZO SERGIO

 

The Company, founded by Sergio Tiozzo, has been handed over to his son Claudio.

Claudio Tiozzo started working in the family workshop from a very young age, where he learned all the secrets of the Murrina technique. According to Murano tradition, he apprenticed for a while in the biggest furnaces of the island: Barovier & Toso, Venini and Aureliano Toso.

Starting in 1989, he has been directing the family furnace. The primary objective of his company is to create fine quality objects using one of the most ancient glass-making processes: the "murrina".

This kind of manufacture requires a very delicate and meticulous process that only expert hands can perform correctly. Beside this traditional production, Claudio Tiozzo is fond of experimenting with glass in its infinite forms: the results of this additional collection are spectacular, one example among all are his chandeliers made of "cotisso" glass.

Project developed with the
support of the Venice Chamber
of Commerce

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