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This is fine if you are going specifically because you are interested in purchasing some glass ware. If you have booked this as part of a trip to Burano then you will be a little bit disappointed as it eats into the time you get...More
My friends and I stumbled on Fornace Mian while window shopping on Murano. Having skipped the people trying to rope you in upon disembarking the vaporetto this place is a gem. They have beautiful displays of glass. Much of it too expensive for the average...More
As part of my first visit to Venice, I was very interested in learning and finding two of Venetian's historical products: its masks and its glassware.
There was only one authentic place that can be found for glassware; and that is on the island of...More
Our hotel set us up with a demo of their glass blowing. Afterwards, they take us to the gallery so we can see things by other artists. We ended up falling in love with a blow glass Picasso-esk head that we LOVE! Worth the stop
Couldn't make up my mind about a lovely little frog prince piece. The clerk was helpful and discounted the item. After thought I decided I could not live without my prince. The clerk was humorous and helpful.
We found this place by chance having taken a trip to Murano. The demonstration was really interesting and we were amazed how the ornaments were made. The shop had lots of really lovely gifts and at reasonable prices.
We came to Murano specifically looking for a piece as a companion to a bowl we had bought fifteen years ago.
At Fornace Mian we found it thanks to a very helpful young man called Indrit whose patience and assistance was much appreciated.
I visited this glass studio as part of a boat trip to both Murano and Burano. The craftsmanship in the glass making is quite stunning with the range of goods available to buy varying from a paperweight to huge chandeliers. A word of warning though...More
I was ablevto find a set of very unique goblets at fornace mian while on holiday in italy. Is it expensive. Yes. The quality is stunning, and the service & mailing to stateside is well beyond expectation. This is a high-end crystal, but you are...More
We were looking forwarding for going to Murano. We enjoyed the tour and it was super Interesting to see the glass blowing taking place. They made a beautiful horse in front of us and super quick. If you have the money, Go for it. It...More
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