This set, which is composed of six drinking glasses in blue colored glass, is a classic example of design and tradition. The traditional technique of glass-blowing is a perfect match for modern design, with its raised gold filaments wrapped around the glass.
This precious set of glasses is realized with a particular technique called 'goti de fornasa'. Originally, the term “goti“ referred to the drinking glasses used by the Murano glassmakers during the hardworking process of glass blowing. Each glass was different from one another so that artisans could easily identify their glass to drink water in front of the burning furnaces.
This contemporary set of “goti de fornasa” spreads light, color and tradition in any setting. They are created as objects for home decor, they bright up the table and any other furniture thanks to their joyful appearance but they are also elegant objects which you can use for important occasions. They are adaptable to different styles: elegant, shabby chic, classic or modern tables.
Also, these amazing blown glass tumblers are the perfect choice for your everyday life. Thanks to their resistant glass, you can use them daily for your family dinners or fancy dinners with your guests. The are nice to the touch because of their rounded board edges, lightweight but made of solid and long lasting substance.
They are created by Murano artisans through the hardworking process of glass blowing. 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 furnaces 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 these authentic glass tumblers, which are entirely made in the heart of Venice, you can decor your house with an Italian lifestyle point of view, combining beauty and simplicity.
It represents the very long Murano glass tradition.