Table lamp in original Murano glass made by hand by Maestro Paolo Crepax.
Each stage of processing is handcrafted, each piece may differ in decoration and size compared to the photo as each object is unique.
Provided with a Certificate of Guarantee and signed personally by the Maestro. Delivery takes place in 10-20 days by 100% insured express courier.
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On order, the company gives the possibility to order works made especially for you with videos of the entire production phase in which the customer’s name will be highlighted to obtain exclusivity.
The Maestro Paolo Crepax
at the tender age of 10 he began to work with the master glassmaker Livio Seguso then in 1966 at 16 the Master Scarpa Fulvio gave him his first place as a “Master” until 1973 when the Master Paolo Crepax began an independent path and Vetreria Clown Murano opens a furnace. He begins the production of clowns, clowns, Venetian Goldonian women and other souvenirs.
In 1979 Paolo Crepax innovator and immersed in the vital artistic life of the Venice of the time transforms the Clown srl glassworks into “Filigrana srl” with an artistic orientation in particular on the processing called “Filigrana”, the research expands into an experimental path in the world of lighting and objects and a successful production begins with the filigree technique.
In 1984 Paolo Crepax began to increase quality by focusing on contemporary creativity and subsequently began working for established companies such as Firma di Vetro, Leucos, Artemide, Vistosi, OtyLight, etc.
In recent years he has dabbled in painting, pouring his colors and his artistic visions of him into the canvases.
The thought of him …
“After 54 years of work for me it’s like it’s still the first day. I couldn’t help but work with this extraordinary and fascinating material, an art that doesn’t let you sleep at night, wakes you up at 3 in the morning, sketches a drawing and longs to see it materialize in the glass. It is even better to finish the job on Friday and wait anxiously for Monday to resume “Vivere”.