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Murano Collection

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Glass blowing isn't something that just anybody can do, so that makes the pieces in the Murano Collection extra special. These extraordinary pieces are done in rich colors like smoke, olive Amethyst and chestnut, or can be made to suit your specific color preference. You can visit the gallery, which is quite cool in itself- with dramatic lighting intended to highlight the beauty of the glass. The price of art is high but admission is free, so why not pretend like you're in a little museum and you're just skipping the gift shop.

Written by  Mary Kate Alfieri.

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