Murano art glass creations maintain and increase their economic value over time, because glass is a material that does not deteriorate or wear down.
Let's explore some of the reasons why a Murano glass product is a timeless treasure of great value not only for you, but everyone around you:
1. EACH CREATION IS HANDCRAFTED AND UNIQUE
Every single item is produced in Murano, in the city of Venice, by a renowned master glassmaker according to the secret traditions passed down many generations.
2. WORLD-CLASS DESIGNERS AND FASHION BRANDS TRUST MURANO GLASS
Glass lends itself to innumerable applications of any shape. That's why the most futuristic creations on the cutting edge of design are created in Murano, in collaboration with the biggest names in international design and fashion.
3. MURANO GLASS SETS TRENDS THROUGHOUT HISTORY
Murano's master glassmakers have always been able to anticipate trends and fashions. Over the course of centuries, they have been the harbingers of new styles, new techniques, new design solutions, making Murano glasswork a craft on the front line of innovation.
4. MURANO GLASS IS IN MUSEUMS AND PRESTIGIOUS COLLECTIONS
Murano glass is a work of art. For this reason, it not only enriches the finest residences, but it is also displayed in the world's greatest museums and private collections, where many pieces of Murano glass are cherished and admired as part of contemporary style and design history.
5. IT HAS BEEN FAMOUS AND APPRECIATED FOR MORE THAN 800 YEARS
Murano glass has been in high demand from all over the world for more than 8 centuries, requested by royalty, international VIPs, but also ordinary people in an everyday world. Everybody wants to enrich their lives with the authentic values represented by Murano glass.
But beware… only original Murano Glass has these qualities. Imitations have no value, neither artistic nor economic, and are not a safe purchase because they do not offer any guarantee on material quality, origin or production process.
Choose and buy only authentic Murano glass, guaranteed by the Mark of Origin. Beware of imitations that claim to be produced "according to the techniques" or "with the method" of Murano glass, as they only seem to be similar to the original at first glance.