Murano glass from Venice, Italy flat circle necklace- gold

Murano glass from Venice, Italy flat circle floating necklace- gold
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Five beautiful flattened circle beads with real gold cores create this unique gold color necklace that gives the illusion of floating beads. The gold Murano glass beads sparkle beautifully because of their unique gold core! This necklace drapes beautifully looking both feminine and elegant. This necklace looks great with both formal and casual clothing. This necklace measures approximately 18” long and closes securely with a white silver tone lobster clasp. The wire is also a white silver tone. The beads are approximately 15mm across or approximately .5” across. This pretty handcrafted necklace would make a great gift for anyone who loves to wear gold and silver two tone jewelry, loves Italy, or appreciates handcrafted jewelry. This versatile floating style necklace is a favorite with brides for themselves and their bridesmaids also! This piece comes from Murano an island in the Venetian lagoon where master glassmakers have worked for centuries creating some of the most unique and beautiful art glass in the world. Sometimes Murano glass is called Venetian glass or Italian glass. This is because the island of Murano is part of the city of Venice in the country of Italy. This handcrafted Murano glass necklace comes with a gift box that is great for giving or storage for years to come. This necklace also comes with an information card about Murano glass that states the following:

Master glassmakers crafted this piece on an island in the Venetian lagoon named Murano. Glassmaking in the area dates back to the seventh century. The glassmakers have been on the island since 1291, when the Venetian Republic ordered the glassmakers to move their foundries because of the fire threat to Venice’s wooden buildings. Throughout history the uniqueness of Murano glass has been taken very seriously with skills often passed down only to family.