Mouth-blown in Murano, Italy. A planned yet somewhat radom assortment of murrinas are arrnged on a metal tray, then warmed and fused. The master then picks up the glass on the punte rod and blows the final shape. This technique known as "millefiore" or a "thousand flowers", has a long standing place in the history of Murano glassmaking. Satin nickel hardware.
Due to the inherent traits of artisan-crafted products and applied finishes, slight variation in color, pattern, or thickness may occur. For lighting products, most pictures are taken when product is lit.
No two shades are exactly alike. There will always be variations, which are typical of a handmade product and contribute to its beauty.