Frezzeria chandelier Murano glass

755,451.613,91(Approx. $906,54 - $1.936,70)

Frezzeria chandelier entirely handmade in white milk.

Chrome metal parts.



Chandelier hand-crafted by Murano masters, who rediscover the history of Venetian traditions of the art of glass with the precision and attention to detail that distinguishes us.

Each stage of the work is handmade and the chandelier ordered will be executed specifically for your home.


With Certificate of Warranty and Authenticity Belvetro Murano.

Assembly instructions for quick and easy assembly.

Delivery takes 30-40 days with 100% guaranteed express courier service.

Would you like more information? Do not hesitate to contact us, we will be happy to help you in choosing your Murano chandelier, a value that lasts over time.


Frezzaria is a street located in Venice in the district of San Marco. The route of the Frezzaria is L-shaped and starts from the Teatro La Fenice. After the first linear stretch, the route in Frezzaria continues, after a curve at a right angle, up to the calle of Piazza San Marco, reachable also through the lateral Bocca di Piazza. Through calle del Fuseri is connected with campo San Luca and then with the area of Rialto. The street is characterized by the almost uninterrupted succession of high-level commercial activities (Murano glass, brand clothing, art galleries) and for its central position and its function of connection is one of the pedestrian arteries of major tourist traffic and residents.

Until 1863, before the opening of the Orseolo Basin and the creation of a new more direct road network, it was the fastest connecting road between Campo San Luca and Piazza San Marco.

The name of the town derives from the fact that in the fifteenth century in this area were manufactured and sold arrows. Some laws of the Republic of Venice dating back to the fourteenth century prescribed for all citizens aged 16 to 35 years the obligation to practice weekly shooting with the crossbow at the Lido of Venice. For such exercise, a collective boarding was planned at Piazza San Marco and Frezzeria for its location on the route and for its function of connection with the areas of Santo Stefano and Rialto was an ideal location for the purchase of arrows by citizens. Over time and with the disposal of the sale of arrows, the area has retained its character of craft and commercial artery.

Also in this area there was the workshop of the copper engraver and engraver Giacomo Franco (1550-1620), who worked among others for the painters Tizianello and Palma the Younger to whom he bequeathed property. George Byron also stayed there during his first stay in the city and the then fifteen-year-old Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, as recalled by a plaque placed on the palace where he was housed, just at the beginning of the path on the side of the Teatro La Fenice. The calle is also mentioned in Rick Riordan’s book Heroes of Olympus: the house of Hades as the seat of the Black House where the god of agriculture Triptolemo lives.

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Number of lights

10, 12, 6, 8

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