Vianello Nadia Murrine

Who are Davide and Raquel by Vianello Nadia Murrine?

Vianello Nadia Murrine was born in 1998 in the Murano Island.

Their products are of high quality craftsmanship and their production is the result of decades of experience in mosaic glass processing, developed in the Murano Island, using ancient casting systems with pallet processing.

Davide is the son of Nadia Vianello, a Muranese artist, born in 1950, she grew up in a family of glass craftsmen who worked glass before World War II in Cristalleria Franchetti in Murano. Her father mixed the minerals for the creation of the vitreous paste, necessary for the creation of artistic glass, and her mother produced objects for the pharmaceutical industry.

Nadia began working with Murano glass in 1965 as a decorator at the Cenedese company and then as a Bohemian chandelier maker at the Rossetto and Stefanato companies.

In 1984 he created her first company, Artglass, dedicated to the production of bijotteria with mosaic glass, known as murrino glass.

David continues to carry on the tradition of glass processing by promoting its development. Raquel is in charge of marketing and corporate communication, along with her husband Davide.

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  • Campiello de la Pescheria, 10 – Murano (VE)

www.vianellonadiamurrine.com

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Cos'è Miani Venetian Jewlery?

Miani Venetian Jewelry is a small artisan shop in Venice, located in Cannaregio district.
Walking along Strada Nova, heading towards the Rialto Bridge, you could find a small window, inside you will find countless shelves full of glass jewelry and intricate Murano glass sculptures.
 
The owner is Nicola Miani, who opened his first glass shop in 2003 with his sister Elena in the Ghetto Novo. Craftsmanship has always been inherent in the family.
The grandfather worked with leather, while the father created silver frames and jewelry boxes. Her mother designed miniatures and floral decorations with glass enamels, an art she later taught to Nicola. Elena, on the other hand, has learned the traditional techniques to produce glass beads, working for some years in a well-known Venetian company.
 
As handicrafts have been a part of their lives, they believe that handmade is worth the effort and that nothing done industrially can ever compete.
 
 

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Rialto79

Who is Matteo Belardinelli of Rialto79?

A company founded in Venice by the Belardinelli family in 1986, Rialto79 creates Murano glass jewelry entirely handmade with the finest techniques of Venetian tradition. For each creation it is guarantee the originality and quality of Made in Italy components, which are assembled directly by Matteo and his family in stores.


The pearls used are handmade by small local laboratories with decades of experience in the processing of Murano glass, in the techniques of blown glass and lumen.

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Where you can find him

San Marco 5335
30124 Venezia VE
 
San Polo 79
30125 Venezia VE
 

rialto79.com

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Costantini Glass Beads

Chi è Alessandro Moretti di Costantini Glass Beads?

The Costantini Glassbeads by Moretti Alessandro, born in 2006, comes from a long family tradition that has lasted for almost a century, first with his great-grandfather Ubaldo then with his grandfather Cleto.
During his childhood Alessandro, loves to spend his free time in the historical company of his grandfather who begins to explain the various phases of glass processing and the secrets of the trade. To teach him other secrets then, the workers who threw the glass rods.

All this triggered in him the spark that prompted him to attend the state Institute of Art in Venice, specializing in the glass sector and to graduate as Master of Applied Art thus learning all the techniques and types of Venetian glass as well as design it.

When he decided to open his company, Alessandro, unlike his predecessors, decided to expand the production by inserting the typical processing of Venetian light pearls. A production that personally carries out by studying techniques of processing never used and trying to bring out the fusion of glass rods pearls always new from a traditional flavor but at the same time aimed at modernity.
The Costantini Glassbeads by Moretti Alessandro's production, It ranges from the pearls ''conterie'', Venetian pearls produced with the ancient air technique, pearls, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, fashion accessories, fringes or for lampshades, furnishing accessories up to bonbonnieres.

 

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Where you can find him

Calle del cimitero, 11 

30141 Murano

www.costantiniglassbeads.com

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Ts Gioielli di Tommaso Semenzato

Who is Tommaso Semenzato of TS Gioielli?

Tommaso was born 31 years ago in Mestre, the second of five brothers. He's always been a creative person and after school he attended the Art Institute of Venice, obtaining the diploma of master goldsmith. After a three-year course, he then obtained the qualification of restorative collaborator.

Grandson of a foundry and brass player from Venice, he decided, after three years of working as a goldsmith at another store in the city, to realize a dream: open a small workshop of his own, in Campo delle Beccarie, 360, a stone’s throw from the Rialto Market.

With patience he managed to win the trust of a clientele that appreciates his work, keeping alive a tradition that risks dying.

His rings, his necklaces, earrings and bracelets, pamper the customer making him feel regal and elegant. Tommaso's attention to detail, transforms his creations into small works of art with timeless charm.

He loves this city and hopes to contribute with his activity to recover the artistic and artisan past values.

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Where you can find him

Campo delle Beccarie, 360

 

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Paperoowl by Stefania Giannici

Who is Stefania Giannici of Paperoowl

Stefania Giannici, after doing several jobs in the world of theatre and tourism, decided to turn her passion for paper into a full-time job. 

Stefania transforms the material she loves into designer objects and jewels that surprise and enchant those who look at them. Paper is a precious material because it is multiform, versatile and resistant, despite being allowed too often a short life.

In Paperoowl you can find papers from all over the world, made from precious raw materials, hand-made or machine-made, maintaining high quality standards. Stefania loves precision, taking care of all the steps of the process, from design to the realization of finished object, in the belief that it is the detail that makes the difference.

 

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Where you can find her

Santa Croce 2155/A

30135 Venezia

www.paperoowl.com

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