Venetian Putto made in Murano glass - SCUL008

Venetian Putto in Murano glass

363,00  VAT included

Sculpture depicting the famous Venetian Putto made with certified Murano glass and with an abundance of 24kt gold leaf made, meticulously executed freehand with the help of pliers, in what is the must of glass processing. A unique, fine, elegant and valuable object. An excellent gift for baptisms, weddings or important anniversaries. Upon request, different colors or positions of the angel can be commissioned.

A work of art symbol of ancient Venice art. Unique pieces, different from any other interpretation of these masterpieces of the Venetian tradition.

Categories: Home Art Deco, Sculptures

Additional information




30 cm

Precious material added

Gold leaf


La Fondazione snc

Each glass jewel is shipped in a rigid box perfect for a gift, with the possibility of attaching your own greeting card.


All of our products are made at the time of order and therefore have different manufacturing and shipping times for the product categories:

jewelry 5 – 10 days,
Christmas balls, pizza cutter, bottle opener, bottle caps 7 – 11 days
Chandeliers and Sculptures from 15 to 30 days.


All our shipments are insured and we only use reliable couriers. For each shipment we choose the suitable courier depending on the type of product and size.

All packages are insured for the full value of the goods.

The cleaning of your Murano glass jewel is very important. There are methods and products suitable for Murano glass, which enhance its brilliance without damaging the jewel.

Just follow these simple rules:

For daily care, wipe the glass with a soft, lint-free cloth.
Polishing cloths on which chemicals have been applied should only be used on metal parts and not on glass.
If the glass becomes β€œdry” or opaque, use a small amount of mineral oil, rub circularly with a light, preferably lint-free cloth and then remove excess.
Do not clean with ultrasonic cleaning products or with silver products.

One of the most common detergents in the home is certainly Marseille soap, useful both for some metal surfaces, as well as for glass objects in general. As a rule, it is sufficient to dissolve a tablespoon of soap flakes in a bowl of warm water, then moisten a microfiber cloth and wipe it gently on the surface to be cleaned.

If the object allows it, for example for metal rings with glass inserts, the jewel can be directly immersed in water for a few minutes, then rinsed under the cold current flow.