ANCIENT MURRINA AFFIRMS ITS ROOTS IN THE CENTENARY ARTISTIC WORK OF GLASS.
An Italian story beginning in Venice.
Fashion and tradition, design and workmanship. These elements combine in the mission of Antica Murrina with its values of uniqueness and authenticity.
The key to success for Antica Murrina lies in the expertise of the management combined with the passion and never-ending love for glass.
With its craftsmanship and production capacity, Antica Murrina produces unique items unfolding ancient history.
Established in 1980s, Antica Murrina managed through the years to combine tradition with a dynamic evolving reality thus introducing worldwide an Italian design quality product.
Uniqueness, passion, innovation and design are our primary values.Glass, our rough material, is an eco-friendly natural element, 100% recyclable. It is our trademark and it enhances all our values thus pushing us towards a future vision between sustainability and design
Our primary value is the uniqueness of all the handmade beads created by our glass masters who use the traditional Venetian techniques and the glass canes from the island of Murano. The small bubbles and glass inclusions and the variability of colours make the Antica Murrina jewel always different one another, unique and inimitable.
Our connection to the Venetian tradition has always been very strong. Our glass canes are created on the island of Murano and they are handcrafted following ancient techniques handed down from master to master. The very name of the company and its first logo were thought following the name of the typical Venetian manufacture created by using the hand pulled Millefiori glass canes.The inspiration for our collections are always deeply connected to Venice, its Laguna and its unique and typical sites.
Being eco-friendly is an important mission for us; since 1960s we have been working glass, a never endingly recyclable element, by following tradition thus respecting the environment. Delicate yet strong, glass has been enchanting for 3000 years like no other element, for its transparency and malleability. Glass originates from the fusion of natural elements and amorphous powders which come back to life through fire.