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Murano Glass Blown Necklace "TANTAK"

Brand: joga glass

Seller: JoGa Glass Turin

€211.99
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MODEL: TANTAK – 9 bead necklace assembled with a rubber clothed beading thread. The smallest bead from the series goes into the bottonhole at the back to close the necklace. The other 8 beads sit elegantly around the neck

COLOURS: purple plum, blue aquamarine 

OTHER AVAILABLE COLOURS: this necklace is available in other color combinations

SIZE (approx.):
beads drop shape (width x height): 1,5x2,5  ÷ 2x7 cm
necklace length: 65 cm
necklace weight: 200 gr.
Number of beads: 9

This unique piece of craftmanship puts together the millenary tradition of glassblowing and the modern design which characterises all JoGa Glass objects.

This necklace is a masterpiece and despite its being majestic, it is light and comfortable and this is thanks to the beads, which are blown, thus hollow inside. The combination of glass with the rubber clothed beading thread makes this necklace suitable for an everyday wear, casual or at work, but it will definitely make it stand out as an elegant addition when worn for more special occasions. This necklace will also make a very special gift as it comes in a trendy box made of semi transparent PVC.

The glass beads are made of Murano glass using the traditional Venetian Roll-Up Technique, meaning that the coloured canes are first rolled, then pulled to create the pattern. The composition is then blown and crafted in the furnace.

This necklace is handcrafted using the traditional glass blowing tools, thus making it unique.

The price refers to a single item only.

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JoGa Glass

JoGa Glass is a space thought to create and exhibit glass blown objects, using the traditional Murano’s techniques revisited to reproduce Josean Garcia’s personal taste and his love for colours and design.

The Roll-Up Technique is a traditional technique which was first used in the 1500s and it is the same used to make the famous Murrine. In the furnace everything starts from simple rods of coloured glass, which Josean chooses, puts together and creates always indulging his instinct as an artist, combining perfectly well tradition with innovation. 

 

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