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Promoted item:Beautiful Murano Art Glass Duck

Beautiful Murano Art Glass Duck

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About Italian Art Glass

The history of Italian art glass dates back at least to the time of the Roman Empire. The Romans imported glass blowing techniques from Syria, and the art of manipulating glass quickly caught the fancies of the Roman aristocrats of the time. Upon the collapse of the Roman Empire, however, the art form was lost for centuries. In the ninth century, Italian artisans on the island of Torcello revived glass making.For hundreds of years, Venice, Italy was the center of glass production in the Western world. However, a powerful city ordinance was passed in 1292 relegating glassmakers to the tiny Venetian island of Murano. This small island, located in a forbidding lagoon, led to the near total isolation of Italian glassmakers. These tradesmen developed a cult of secrecy about their work.Artisans caught giving away trade secrets to outsiders were actually killed. Murano dominated the European glass tradition completely. At one time, almost all of Europe's mirrors were made in Murano. Pure glasses, such as cristallo and lattimo, captured the imagination of the continent and brought in lots of money for the fledgling Italian government.During the 18th century, however, Murano glass suddenly started falling out of favor with the aristocratic class. As English leaded glass became the rage, Italian art glass artisans struggled. In the 1800s, a man named Antonio Salviati helped save the Murano movement from obsolescence. Today, collectors and traders around the world praise Italian art glass for its clean lines, bright colors, and durability.