LIMITED EDITION IN 49 ART PIECES IN ARABIC NUMBERS + 49 ART PIECES IN ROMAN NUMERALS
(August 7, 2015) This is one of the most ancient techniques and dates back to the Roman Age. It was reintroduced in Murano in the late 14th century. To obtain the Murrine a cane has to be produced and then cut in small pieces, which normally have a particular drawing inside. The Murrine are then melted together, following a precise design, and then blown until the desired shape is obtained.