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Murano art glass refers to glassware made on the island of Murano, located off the coast of Venice, Italy. Glassmaking has been a major industry on Murano since the late 13th century, and the island is renowned for its high-quality, intricate glasswork. Murano glassmakers have developed many techniques and styles over the centuries, including millefiori, filigree, and aventurine. Millefiori, which means "a thousand flowers" in Italian, involves fusing together small pieces of colored glass to create intricate patterns. Filigree, also known as "lace glass," involves creating delicate, lacy patterns within the glass using thin threads of glass. Aventurine glass contains tiny flecks of metal that create a glittering effect within the glass. Murano art glass can come in many forms, including vases, bowls, figurines, and chandeliers. It is often characterized by its vibrant colors, intricate designs, and high level of craftsmanship. Today, Murano glassmaking is still a thriving industry, and many visitors to Venice make a trip to Murano to see the glassmakers at work and purchase their wares. There are many other art glass makers around the world, each with their own unique styles and techniques. Here are a few examples: Tiffany Studios - Founded by Louis Comfort Tiffany in the late 1800s, Tiffany Studios produced some of the most iconic art glass of the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods. Tiffany's work was known for its use of vibrant colors and organic forms, and the company produced a range of glassware including lamps, vases, and windows. Lalique - Founded by Rene Lalique in the late 1800s, Lalique is known for its intricate, often nature-inspired designs. Lalique's work often features delicate frosted or etched glass, and the company produced a range of glassware including vases, perfume bottles, and figurines. Steuben Glass - Founded in the early 1900s, Steuben Glass is known for its high-quality, crystal-clear glassware. Steuben's designs often feature simple, elegant forms, and the company has collaborated with a number of well-known artists and designers over the years. Venini - Founded in the 1920s, Venini is a leading maker of contemporary art glass. Venini's work often features bold, geometric designs and a wide range of colors, and the company has collaborated with many notable artists and designers over the years. Kosta Boda - Founded in Sweden in the 1700s, Kosta Boda is known for its colorful, playful designs. The company has produced a range of glassware over the years, from traditional vases and bowls to more whimsical pieces like animal figurines and pop art-inspired sculptures.

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