Italian Venetian Murano Etched Glass Shaped Pediment Wall Mirror

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Item #: VTP1463

Italian Venetian (late 19th Century) Murano wall mirror with applied glass panels and reverse etched floral and scroll designs with a figure of a lady and shaped pediments. (possibly S.A.L.I.R).

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Italian Venetian Murano Etched Glass Shaped Pediment Wall Mirror

Italian Venetian (late 19th Century) Murano wall mirror with applied glass panels and reverse etched floral and scroll designs with a figure of a lady and shaped pediments. (possibly S.A.L.I.R)

DETAILS

Sku:  VTP1463
Ships From: New York, NY
Creator: Murano
Creation Date:  19th Century

DIMENSIONS (INCHES)

Width:  29.5"
Height: 55.0"
Depth : 3.0"

INFO

Style:  Italian
Materials & Techniques: Etched, glass, pediment
Category: Mirrors

About Murano

Murano is a small island located in the Venetian Lagoon, in the northeastern part of Italy. It is renowned for its long-standing tradition of glassmaking, which has made it a global center for glass production and craftsmanship.

The history of glassmaking in Murano can be traced back to the 13th century when the Venetian Republic ordered all glassmakers to move their furnaces to the island in order to prevent the risk of fires in the city. This move not only safeguarded the city but also led to the flourishing of glassmaking as a prominent industry in Murano.

Over the centuries, Murano became synonymous with exquisite glasswork, known for its intricate designs, vibrant colors, and exceptional craftsmanship. The glassmakers of Murano developed various techniques,

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