Aquarium in Murano Glass

Handmade Glass Aquarium in Murano Glass

Handmade Glass’ Aquarium with fishes and corals – 100% handmade in Italy
Size: 7 cm high x 5 cm wide x 8 cm long (approximately)
Combination of colours available:
– various pastel colors with red corals

Price per unit: AUD $99.00
(Including delivery within Australia by AusPost, 1-5 business days)

The craftsman, when he creates a Glass acquarium using lampworking technique, not only focuses on the shape of the aquarium that wants to create, but mostly tries to recreate the coral movements, the fish expressions and posture to make it as real as possible.

The glass master to create this glass artwork has taken inspiration from a recent trip to Australia in which he visited the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland. As a result of it he has created the underwater environment seen with his eyes in the glass artwork.

The Glass aquarium is composed by red corals strongly presents in the barrier reef, along with multicolor reef fishes. Each details is 100% handmade in Murano Glass. Each glass element has been merge to the others.

In fact, lampworking allows the glass masters more skilled to fuse together more than one glass element to create a unique glass artwork.

Roberto Voltolina
Director and Founder of Venice Glass & Arts

What is Lampwork for me?
Venetian glass is first of all a PASSION, ART and TRADITION. I grew up watching my father, seated at his work table, holding glass canes in his hands and creating every kind of glass animal imaginable. ‘This is a cat’ I would say when he began shaping something and he would reply ‘you’re right!’. ‘This is a dog”…’yes, it is’. I was always right but only years later did I realise that he was such a great Glass Master that he was able to change whatever he was making to suit my response. He was and he still is a real Master of Glass – ‘Mastro Vetraio’.

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