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Topdomus Murano glass chandelier Ca Rezzonico 203301/12+8 VETROARTISTICO® MURANO













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Murano glass chandelier Ca Rezzonico
203301/12+8

VETROARTISTICO® MURANO
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VETROARTISTICO® MURANO topdomus murano chandelier


Murano glass chandelier Ca Rezzonico VETROARTISTICO® MURANO


Genuine Murano glass
chandelier directly from Murano Island.

Made in Italy.



Murano glass chandelier Ca Rezzonico
203301/12+8 VETROARTISTICO® MURANO

Genuine artistic hand blown glass chanelier Ca' Rezzonico from the
Masters of Murano.

Dimensions:
Ø Diameter – H Height

Ø
135 cm (53.15 inches) – H 135 cm (53.15 inches)

12+8 X 40W E12/E14 - 110/240V


Color of
glass:
crystal with colored ornaments

Metal
finishes: 24K gold

Delivery time:

30/40 days



The orders passed by our clients are processed the first
available working day.

We always give an approximate time of delivery as it depends on
articles available on stock in the production units.

We mainly work on the basis of tailor made orders as we customize each
request and do not produce on a large scale.

When festivities are approaching deliveries might be postponed as most
furnaces or lighting elements manufacturer close the premises.

Do contact us for urgent orders or for certified date deliveries.


Options of glass and metals
availables with or without surcharge:


Murano glass colors topdomus chandelier



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TRADEMARK VETROARTISTICO® MURANO

WHAT IS THE TRADEMARK VETROARTISTICO® MURANO?

It’s a collective mark established by law and certifies that the
products are made in Murano.

WHY IS THE TRADEMARK NECESSARY?

To protect the image of Murano glass and also to guarantee to
the customer the origin of the product and that it has been made using
traditional artistic methods born and developed over a thousand years
in the island of Murano.


WHEN WAS BORN?

The Trademark VetroArtistico® Murano is born with law n.70 of 23
December 1994 by the Veneto Region. In December of 2001 he was
entrusted with the exclusive management of the Consortium Promovetro.


WHAT DOES THE TRADEMARK GUARANTEE?

The security that the product is genuine Murano glass, made on
Murano island, according to glass-making tradition.


WHO OWNS THE TRADEMARK?

The exclusive owner of the trademark is the Veneto Region.

WHO CAN DISPLAY IT?

Only companies producing artistic glass on the island of Murano
can apply for the trademark: if granted, they become a concessionary
company of the trademark Vetro Artistico® Murano.


HOW DOES IT WORK?

Concessionary companies apply a special stick-on label to their
products to guarantee without any doubt the origin of the manufacture.


WHAT DOES THE STICK-ON LABEL LOOK LIKE?

The trademark depicts a typical glasswork tool, the
"borsella", as it is used to create a glass dish. The
Trademark may be red or blue, according to the type of product
manufacturing. The "borsella" and the writing
"Vetro Artistico® Murano" are printed in gold leaf.
The label is tamper-proof -- which means it is impossible to remove
without tearing -- and displays the producer's identification code.


WHERE SHOULD CUSTOMERS LOOK TO FIND THE STICK-ON LABEL?

The stick-on label is always applied to a glass part of the
object.


WHY I HAVE TO BUY A PRODUCT WITH TRADEMARK?

For four simple reasons:


products with trademark VetroArtistico® Murano maintain an
economic value over time


products with trademark VetroArtistico® Murano are made on the
island of Murano in Venice (ITALY) and not in the Venetian hinterland.


products with trademark VetroArtistico® Murano are manufactured
in compliance with the laws on workers safety, quality of production
processess and consumer protection.


products with trademark Vetro Artistico® Murano are made
following the ancient techniques of working glass and according to the
ancient rules of composition and mixing of materials, necessary for the
creation of true Murano glass.