ROBERTO PERZIANO - Murano art to wear

  • ROBERTO PERZIANO - Murano art to wear
  • ROBERTO PERZIANO - Murano art to wear
  • ROBERTO PERZIANO - Murano art to wear
  • ROBERTO PERZIANO - Murano art to wear
  • ROBERTO PERZIANO - Murano art to wear

Energitismo Insight

When I looked into jewellery made by Roberto Perziano, I was reminded of the firey colours in rare large natural opals, particularly those from the outback of South Australia. In these new jewels, created from Murano glass, the colours and depth of the reflected and transmitted light change with every direction and with each change of incident light.
The Perziano tradition of Murano glass was reborn in Roberto when he found an inability to escape his soul formed in Murano, even when his feet were firmly planted on terra firma. Now with his studio nearby the Venetian villas of Mogliano Veneto, he can create a totally new range of jewellery by locking the souls of precious minerals and metals into the crystal clear glass.
Each item is created with the dreams of the artist trapped in the glass. Yet this is not sufficient to produce a work of near perfection, as the materials with which Roberto works respond to the flame and the cool draught in unique ways creating the desired effects only with skill and extreme patience of an artist who injects his artisanal excellence.

The Creator


Roberto Perziano

Roberto Perziano was born into a Murano glass family, and his links go back to the hearths of Murano. He learned his trade from his father, Ugo, an exacting teacher.

The family business had great success and was sold some years ago. Roberto discovered that life without glass had little attraction for his spirit and he returned to the glassworker’s fold in a small studio where his creativity is fashioned into unique Murano glass jewellery.

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Mogliano Veneto is one of the many elegant tree-lined towns between Venice and Treviso, towns that were the home to Venetian merchants over hundreds of years. The architecture of the many villas reflects the periods of Venice, whether baroque, palladian, or Turkish influence. By car or train the town is easy to reach from Venice, Treviso or Padova.

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