The Carlo Moretti factory, established in 1958, creates one-of-a-kind pieces, numbered and signed in a unique artistic style which constantly pursues new languages, a sleek and clean design and sophisticated colours. Its works are featured in permanent collections of the major decorative arts museums worldwide, including Berlin’s Staatliche Museen, the Victoria and Albert Museum of London and The Cooper-Hewitt Museum of New York, in addition to, of course, Murano’s Glass Museum. Among its signature pieces are the 1974 Ottagonale glasses, the 1976 Ovale glasses and the Bora glasses, the brand’s most iconic product, as well as vases, other precious design objects and limited-edition sculptures.
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The location is in the San Polo neighborhood, near Campo San Tomà, the Basilica dei Frari and Scuola Grande di San Rocco. A skilfull engraver and restorer, Bruno Barbon is one of the few artisans who has mastered the art and technique of engraving the famous Venetian moretti. In addition to these jewels, Barbon also […]
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