We defy fire every day
We are in Venice, on the Murano island.
Every morning the twenty craftsmen of our furnace gather in front of the incandescent mouths of the ovens and plan the day’s production. The masters in the 4 work squares draw on stone blackboards the chandeliers they will give life to during an intense day of toil.
In the meantime, our planners together with the designers trace the lines of the lighting collections that make our production unique and exclusive.
The PIUMATI brand owes its name to a historical type of Murano glass processing of the 17th century obtained by applying hot glass threads of another color around a blown glass that, combed up and down, take on a feather pattern, from which derives the name of “piumati”, that means “feathered”.