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glass production

A decree by the Council of the Serenissima Republic of Venice on the 8th of November 1921 arranged that the glass furnaces should be in Murano island.

Murano had all the ideal characteristics for the development of the glass handicraft: it protected the urban centre of Venice from fires and noxious fumes and at the same time it was close to the commercial centre and port of Venice.

From the 13th century Murano glass art has been divided between the common production and the artistic production. In fact the blown glasses include a very large production: from bottles to precious vases, from the mirrors to the windows.