Open Letters TAG01 Dandolo

Materials: White bronze/glass paste
Letter Opener Dimensions: Length 21 cm
Package size 25.5 x 8 x 3
Packaging: Gift box
Certificate of guarantee made in Italy

TAG01 Dandolo letter opener made of white bronze and Venetian glass paste handcrafted in the Bortoletti workshop.

It has a precious Venetian glass paste cameo set in white bronze with a unique design.

The cameo is available in five colors: black, blue, amethyst, aqua sea and amber

The hand chiseling of the bronze and the beauty of the cameo depicting the head of Medusa give life to this unique and exclusive letter opener.

Classy Italian craftsmanship in this letter opener, a tasteful and fine desk accessory made in Italy.

Exclusive Murano glass and white bronze hand-chiseled glass paste cameo letter opener.

The working of Pasta vitrea is unique and has been handed down through generations of Murano master glassmakers.

Open Letters TAG01 Dandolo

An important and unique gift idea, a useful letter opener that here becomes a tasteful and valuable piece of furniture.

Bortoletti’s desk accessories have a unique, old-fashioned design, the care of the shapes speak for themselves.

A piece of furniture for those who love Venetian style and elegance, open letters suitable for a classy audience who love craftsmanship.

The processing of Lens Glass Paste is done manually by experienced craftsmen and master glassmakers in the Bortoletti workshop.

The earliest finds of vitreous paste appear to date from the fourth millennium B.C. and are almost totally lacking in transparency the characteristic that will later make the fortune of this material.

In fact, the glass of the ancients was called ‘vitrine,’ a substance composed of the same basic elements, but with an opaque appearance, almost always colored.

The glass paste appliqu├ęs that decorate Bortoletti’s objects are produced in our workshop, and take up the images of ancient neoclassical Cameos.

Each cameo product is a unique specimen, the result of Bortoletti and his master jewelers’ continuous research in the field of design.