Murano Glass is, perhaps, the most famous Venetian product with over 700 years of history, worldwide fame, and rising popular appeal. Handmade by skilled artisans and designers exclusively on the island of Murano in Venetian Lagoon, Murano Glass objects represent artistic beauty, quality, uniqueness, and tradition valued by the discerning customer.
Glass Of Venice, market leaders in online sales of Venetian Glass, have launched a new version of their website, www.GlassOfVenice.com. Unlike conventional web malls that use a standard template for selling many products, GlassOfVenice.com has been carefully tailored to meet the unique requirements of Murano Glass.
“We only sell authentic murano glass jewelry, accessories, and home decor produced by the Artisans on the the Venetian island of Murano,” said Kevin Grinberg, Founder and CEO of GlassOfVenice. “Each item is hand made using ancient techniques, handed down over the generations; we try to match that dedication in our website, with a wide range of Murano glass products and individual high quality images and descriptions for each unique item.”
Artistic glass making on Murano has a long history that goes back 700 years to the very start of the Renaissance period. It’s always had a major role in Venetian economy and culture, and today it’s still an important part of the beauty and attraction of Venice. GlassOfVenice works directly with the Murano Artisans, making their wares available worldwide at the lowest possible prices on an easy to use and informative web site, with 100% secure ordering.
GlassOfVenice is not just a sales outlet with over a thousand products ranging from murano glass pendants and murano necklaces to murano vases and chandeliers; the knowledgeable staff is just as passionate about Venetian glass as the discerning and dedicated customers. The attractive well-designed website includes a wealth of information about the history of Venetian glass making, the different styles and techniques, and about Venice itself, complete with a very informative well-written blog dedicated to all things related to Murano glass and Venice. Anybody who likes Venice will love browsing the site; it’s a second best to actually being there.