Calls of nature, colors of flowers and leaves that give off heat and light of the fire.Mercerie model realize by transparent crystal glass worked rigadin twisted and baloton, the decorations are in crystal and 24k gold. Metal parts in 24k gold.
Mercerie chandelier Murano glass
€520,00 – €2.200,00(Approx. $554,90 - $2.347,67)
Chandelier handmade by Murano masters who rediscovers the history of Venetian art glass traditions by precision and attention that characterised 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.
Each chandelier is shipped with included spare parts and 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.
The Mercerie are the main commercial artery of the city of Venice. They are located in the San Marco district and connect Piazza San Marco to the Rialto area through a system of calli.
The Mercerie are the core of the business of the lagoon city since the earliest times of the Republic of Venice when they sold the precious goods arrived in port from distant markets. Once, the shops of canvases and fine fabrics were open all night. Along the route of the Mercerie and in the immediate surroundings the ground floor of all the buildings on both sides is occupied almost exclusively by shops that follow each other with continuity.
Currently, the Haberdasheries are home to glittering and representative shops: there are in particular jewelers, leather goods, footwear and clothing shops, the artistic glassworks with the production of Murano.
At the beginning of the Mercerie dell’Orologio you can see at the first floor a small bas-relief depicting a woman who drops a pestle. The image recalls the episode linked to the failure of the revolt led by Bajamonte Tiepolo, which occurred in the fourteenth century. The insurgents were heading towards St Mark’s Square to storm the Doge’s Palace when a woman who was watching the scene from the window of her home slipped the stone pestle with which she was working.
The machine hit the head of the chief of the rioters, killing him instantly and causing the end of the riot. The Signoria della Repubblica therefore decreed for the woman the perpetual exemption from the payment of the rent, as a sign of gratitude for the escaped danger.
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