When you look at the Cenedese Glass Sinks from Murano, Italy you are looking at the culmination of more than 600 years of history. In the case of the Seguso family, it's 22 generations of artisans dating back to the 14th century. The Bath Collection includes these one-of-a-kind glass sinks. Each one averages five days to produce - each one unique.
It takes eight hours to turn sand into glass; the furnace has to exceed 2,000 degrees; the tools are the same that have been used for generations; and it takes at least 10 years to become a master glass-blower - there are no shortcuts. But what is the essence of the unique Muranese style? It's authenticity paired with an exquisite use of color and techniques refined over the centuries. At least six different artisans are involved in every piece, each masters in their own craft.
|Essential Properties:||Artisan, One-of-a-kind|
|Color / Finish:||Red (Also available in Blue)|