• Master Paolo Crepax has created these works for you. Simple movements of the hands that shape a mass of incandescent glass. Black
  • Glass vase completely executed freehand with square murrine sapphire blue and milky white. The classic shape meets new and customized colors and murrines. Important dimensions cm. 31x16 h. 57  
  • Murano glass centerpiece made entirely by hand by Master Paolo Crepax. Small pieces of colored glass rods give life each time to a work different in color, size or shape. The artist’s inspiration cannot be forced into a series production, he must be left free to follow his instinct and his fantasy.
  • Special glass vase made entirely by hand by Master Paolo Crepax. Murrine aquamarine and aventurine blend to give life to this glass work, smooth and soft shapes, golden and bright reflections.
  • Centerpiece in Murano glass made entirely by free hand by Maestro Paolo Crepax. Incalmo is a Muranese technique that dates back to the sixteenth-seventeenth centuries, consisting in the hot welding of two open blows, generally of different color. In this way the two blows, having the same diameter, heated to the furnace mouth, are immediately heat-welded, that is "incalmati". After this first phase, the object thus obtained is freed from the "pontello" (full iron on which the piece was fixed on the opposite side to the blowpipe) and after having standardised the surface through the operation of the "marmorizzar" you pass to the forming of the object you want to achieve. In this case, the smoke grey and the bright green give life to an elegant and modern centerpiece.  
  • Series of Murano glass vases made entirely by free hand by Maestro Paolo Crepax. Small pieces of colored glass rods give life each time to a work different in color, size or shape. The Master must first make filigree pipes in glass paste, which before being used must be skillfully cut and polished and then be stored according to the inspiration, as if to compose a picture, on a metal plane to be heated and encased in the bole by rotation of the work rod. The artist’s inspiration cannot be forced into a series production, he must be left free to follow his instinct and his fantasy.
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