Murano glass leather watch (black)

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A Venetian watch with original millefiori multicolour Murano glass face with a black leather strap.

This watch has a quartz movement (Seiko) and metal Gold case. It is nickel- free, as required by the regulation 93/27/CEE.

Includes Murano Glass Certificate.

More about the brand

The Corte Murrina brand is born to pay homage to the city of Venice, its traditions, its culture and its uniqueness that make it famous.

Using Murano Glass, the brand showcases the Millefiori lampwork (mille = thousand, fiori = flowers) famous in the Venetian region.

The millefiori technique involves the production of glass canes or rods, known as ?murrine?, with multicolored patterns which are viewable only from the cut ends. A murrine rod is heated in a furnace and pulled until thin while still maintaining the cross section?s design. It is then cut into discs or ?slices? when cooled.

All products are handmade by Murano master glass-makers with the Murrina's Glass technique, in a Factory in Murano Venice - Italy.

  • Product Code: CMCN501450
  • Dimension: Boxed: 150mm x 50mm x 35mm
  • SUBTITLE: British Museum
  • Gift: For her
  • Material: Murrina glass face, metal gold case, leather strap, nickel-free
  • Details: Handmade by Murano master glass-makers with the Murrina glass technique, in a factory in Murano, Venice - Italy
  • Weight: 0.12 Kg

A Venetian watch with original millefiori multicolour Murano glass face with a black leather strap.

This watch has a quartz movement (Seiko) and metal Gold case. It is nickel- free, as required by the regulation 93/27/CEE.

Includes Murano Glass Certificate.

More about the brand

The Corte Murrina brand is born to pay homage to the city of Venice, its traditions, its culture and its uniqueness that make it famous.

Using Murano Glass, the brand showcases the Millefiori lampwork (mille = thousand, fiori = flowers) famous in the Venetian region.

The millefiori technique involves the production of glass canes or rods, known as ?murrine?, with multicolored patterns which are viewable only from the cut ends. A murrine rod is heated in a furnace and pulled until thin while still maintaining the cross section?s design. It is then cut into discs or ?slices? when cooled.

All products are handmade by Murano master glass-makers with the Murrina's Glass technique, in a Factory in Murano Venice - Italy.

  • Product Code: CMCN501450
  • Weight: 0.12 Kg