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the tour was just like watching the glass being blown on youtube the store was amazing and the prices were not bad at all for the quality, the only complaint of the whole experience were the men there. If you are a young girl make...More
Yes, their goal is to sell but they do a good job selling. When you arrive here, before going to the store they have a medium size warehouse with glass ovens, stands and tables with some glass pieces. Then the owner talks about the work,...More
Very disappointed in the quality of glasses received by mail. We could not find the color we wanted at the factory. But we were promised they would make them especially for us as requested, and send them along. I understand that hand-blown items have differences,...More
Very interesting to see the glass being made into a variety of stunning items. Be prepared though to be taken through a myriad of showrooms after with a variety of items being shown. The glass is of quality but you really have to like this...More
The demonstrations are given even when the glass blowing operation is not running. The maestro made two piece for us, although the explanation was in Italian, the demonstration was clear enough.
Thw shop is large, well laid out, and has a full complement of local...More
I visited Ferro & Lazzarini while in Murano to see a demonstration of their famous blown glass. The factory is equipped with bleacher style seating during the demonstration. The demonstration is roughly 20 minutes long then the group is moved to the show rooms on...More
Absolutely stunning works of art. The glass blowing demo was amazing. The gift shop runs the gamut of pricing, but quality of this stature does not come cheap. The staff was accommodation and packs your purchase for safe traveling. A worthwhile stop
We went to Murano to visit the glass making factories that it's famous for and were ushered into this factory (mainly shop) as soon as we got of the water bus.
The demonstration, while fascinating, was painfully quick and made it obvious that we were...More
The group on the tour was large, but we were all seated where we could watch the glass blowing demonstration. The artisans made several glass items while we watched and came up to the group holding the hot piece so all could get a good...More
I had ordered a tea cup and saucer set that during their tour was shown with a box to display. When shipped they forgot the box and I sent an email requesting - it was received quickly with no problems.