la murrina Chandeliers - Blown Venetian Glass - enews January 2011

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la murrina is the premiere Italian designer of blown Venetian glass chandeliers.
http://www.lamurrina.com/ This is the e-news released January 2011 highlighting their chandelier Medusa and Orso statuette.

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la murrina Chandeliers - Blown Venetian Glass - enews January 2011

  1. 1. la murrinaM U R A N OFor commercialand technical information:la murrina usa inc.ShowroomsContract offices:New York (212) 751 24 01Los Angeles (310) 858 70 80info@lamurrina.uswww.lamurrina.use-news january 2011Snow is a poem. A poem that falls from the clouds indelicate white flakes. […] It has a name. A name ofdazzling whiteness. Snow.Maxence FermineIn Italy, winter is a flutter. To the excitement ofskiers and romantics alike, the snow falls sereneand immaculate; a sheer white blanket covering theAlps and hillside. How can interiors share in thismystique while keeping the frost outside?la murrina moulds its own wonderland, also for those nearthe equator who’ve always dreamt of snow, from anenchanting chandelier of its New Classic collection and asilhouette figurine.The chandelier is the acclaimed Medusa in white, emulatinga glistening snowflake. It is taken a step further asMedusa Swarovski, drops of translucent crystal multiplyingbeams of light, transforming the lamp into a true icicle prism.Below, Orso coalesces the pristine flurry into an endearingice statuette.No two snowflakes being the same, each piece of Medusaand Orso are unique and irreplaceable. Individuallyhandcrafted by the glass maestros of Murano, all la murrinaproducts are scrupulously made in Italy.If instead you are longing for warmer weather or basking inthe bright rays of summer, fear not. The red Medusa isreminiscent of a solar star, radiating the center of homesas well as public spaces.

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