Italian, 1295. Several fashion trends have risen to prominence and faded over time. Some were minimalist, while others were baroque. But they all raced against the clock in a frantic hunt for the “new.” Unlike any other company, Toso Murano wanted to take their time to hone their skills and create something that would remain timeless. And so they did. Toso Murano was primarily known for its production of iconic blown glassware in the twentieth century. It was among the earliest glass companies, which opened in 1854.
Toso Murano decor for sale focused on practical items like bottles for medicinal and household post World War. The company refined its methods for hand-crafted glass with many days of hard work and training. In the 1860s, glass master Fratelli Toso unveiled a beautiful glass chandelier made particularly for the inauguration of the Murano Glass Museum. This lovely work, which received rapid recognition, is still worth admiring.
The company has had generations of owners and managers that led the company to success. Pollio Perelda, Hans Stoltenberg Lerche, and Rosanna Toso were some of the major designers employed by the firm. Toso's biggest accomplishment to Murano's glassmaking heritage was its murrine technique. Even though this method is centuries old, it draws the attention of many to date. In 1936, Ercole Barovier partnered with Toso, renaming the company “Barovier & Toso”. Toso Murano home at auction for sale will bring its connoisseurs a wide selection of glassware items. Toso Murano decor at auction offers sconces, vases, bowls, lamps, and other magnificent pieces for sale.