Glassblowing is a glass forming technique which was invented by the Syrian craftsman in the 1st century BC somewhere along the Syro-Palestinian coast. The establishment of the Roman Empire provided motivation and dominance of glass production by this method, the use of blown glass for everyday tasks spread.
By the middle Ages, Venice had become a major center of glass making. Then, the glass blowing industry moved to the island of Murano. The Venetian glassmakers from Murano produced cristallo, clear, fine glassware by employing glassblowing, in particular, the mould-blowing technique.
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We use two of Murano's finest glass blowing companies to commission our glass blown sculptures for our projects all over the world.
Both are some of the oldest companies in the world who employ true Masters of Glass who produce some of the finest glass sculptures found in Murano today.