Modern in Murano: The Sisters Sent’s Wearable Glass Jewelry

JoAnn LocktovGlamorous Gallavanting, Inside Design, Tileista


When Venice was an island of wooden structures in the thirteenth century, glassmakers were confined to the neighboring island of Murano. Because of the threat of fire, it was too dangerous to allow them to remain in Venice. The foundries moved in 1291, all the better to isolate the craft and the artisans that revolutionized the alchemy of silica and … Read More