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On the island of Murano in the Venetian lagoon, the art of blowing glass follows an ancient tradition. Recommended Features
- Ceiling Lighting
- Wall Sconces
- Table Lamps
Review on Vetreria DemajoOn the island of Murano in the Venetian lagoon, the art of blowing glass follows an ancient tradition. Individual masters blow molten glass into required shapes using human breath and wood and iron tools. De Majo Illuminazione matches the skills of contemporary Italian designers to the production techniques of Murano, producing modern and traditional lighting designs that enrich the home. Each piece of glass is signed and each De Majo fixture comes with a certificate of authenticity. In 1947 Guido de Majo, a man from Naples with a keen sense of traditional Italian artistry, established De Majo Illuminazione. Since its inception, De Majo has become a leader in lighting design, offering a diverse line of products, from typical Venetian glass chandeliers to sophisticated contemporary modern designs based in Murano glass.
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