This faithful reproduction of an early 16th century “Acquereccia” is an amazing example of the luxury that characterized Venetian life. It recalls the sumptuous banquets held by patrician families, the glass masterpieces on display to symbolize power and wealth. The perfection of the detailing, the intense blue typical of Renaissance painting, the proud and dominant look of the Lion of Saint Mark, all create a unique masterpiece.
The original “Acquereccia” is on display in the halls of the Glass Museum in Murano, and is considered one of its masterpieces.
Due to its exquisite features, this splendid replica of the Murano glass “Acquereccia” is for display purposes only, and is not suitable for food or drink.
Regardless of the place where it is displayed, it will always distinguish itself thanks to its elegant and particular design, achieved through the hardworking process of glass blowing.
Every day Murano artisans realize Murano glass objects. The Master sets up the work and coordinates his “serventi“ which help him in the preparation of the piece using incandescent furnaces: first they draw their desired object on some papers hanging close to the kilns then, once the glass is at the right temperature, the glassmakers shape quickly the material to obtain their glass artwork.
Whether you already visited Venice or not, having this piece of art in your house will allow you to live the “Venetian Dream“. By bringing into your house this authentic goblet, which is entirely made in the heart of Venice, you can decor your house with an Italian lifestyle point of view, combining beauty and simplicity.
This product, like all products on YourMurano is handmade blown by some of the most Famous Murano island glassmakers and it represents the emblem of this beautiful Island.