Maintenance and restoration


The craft of the restoration of a Murano glass chandelier, large or small, is acquired on the field, with time, with passion and with capacity.

It is a question of thinking and identifying with the craftsman who produced that chandelier 50, 100 or 200 years ago to be able to reproduce the missing elements referring to the techniques and the fusions adopted by him.

Often during our fifty years of activity we found ourselves in the presence of large chandeliers, composed in some cases by even 80 lights, up to 5 meters high and suspended on magnificent artistic ceilings of large buildings, institutional headquarters, patrician residences; equally often the initial difficulties consisted in having to give shape and symmetry to the chandelier depleted by time and by rough maintenance that had altered and inflated the original form.