An elegant clock that looks like a painting composed by a main black part and colourful sections of little glasses chosen by the artist.
In this way, each piece ia a little masterpiece from Murano island. Vetro Murrino is a very ancient technique independent of glassblowing which consists in the composition of a multicolor glass slabs, obtained by fusing together different colored glass tesserae or sections of polychrome rods, even rosetta rods. The slab may then be kiln-shaped by placing it onto a mold made of refractory clay. It may also be gathered with the blowpipe and shaped.
Handmade in Murano by Ragazzi & C. using the ancient Murano glass techniques. Slight variations in measurements or small defects are to be considered as evidence of craftsmanship, and as evidence of uniqueness of each single piece.