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    Glass tokens from the Fornace (kiln)

    The encounter between the beauty of design and the magic of the Fornace (kiln) gives birth to small gifts that speak of art moments and evoke the atmosphere of Murano.

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      GEMME

      Venini

      From the depths of the Fornace (Kiln) emerge rare glass jewels, skilfully designed to maximize the sparkle, beyond imagination.

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      Venini

      GEMME

      MONOFIORE

      Laura De Santillana

      Tiny little flasks, like lost treasures unearthed. Perhaps they once adorned the room of a noblewoman from ancient times, who had a passion for beautiful objects and scents.

      Laura De Santillana

      MONOFIORE

      CANDELBOI

      Venini

      VENINI’s iconic lamp turns into a sophisticated and refined candle holder, the perfect gift for any occasion.

      Venini

      CANDELBOI

      NIGHT IN VENICE

      Venini

      The charm of a flickering flame enveloped in the warm embrace of glass skilfully created by the master glassblowers for Christmas.

      Venini

      NIGHT IN VENICE

      FAVILLE

      Venini

      Fragments of scorching hot matter emerge from the fire of the Fornace (Kiln) and turn into colourful glass. Faville by VENINI are born.

      Venini

      FAVILLE

      MONOFIORI CARNEVALE

      Venini

      The most joyful, cheerful and colourful event in Venice is reinterpreted by VENINI with the shapes and colours of the Carnevale collection.

      Venini

      MONOFIORI CARNEVALE

      COPPETTA CARNEVALE

      Venini

      The most joyful, cheerful and colourful event in Venice is reinterpreted by VENINI with the shapes and colours of the Carnevale collection.

      Venini

      COPPETTA CARNEVALE

      POTICHE

      Venini

      A French legacy that changes shape. Potiche goes beyond its original name and takes on a new meaning for VENINI.

      Venini

      POTICHE

      FAZZOLETTO

      Fulvio Bianconi e Paolo Venini

      Designed by Fulvio Bianconi in 1948 and later revisited by other celebrated artists, the Fazzoletto collection evokes the charming yet irreverent swaying of skirt fabrics.

      Venini

      FAZZOLETTO

      FUSION & TABLE POPS

      Venini

      Eastern dining gestures, customs and rituals meet the Western art of glassmaking, turning the act of receiving a gift into the heritage of mankind.

      Venini

      FUSION & TABLE POPS