1/2 Liter Murano Glass Coffee Creamer

This exquisite hand-blown Murano glass coffee creamer boasts a 1/2 liter capacity and is crafted according to age-old Venetian glassmaking techniques. The perfect adornment to your tabletop, it will add color and merriment to every meal. 

This 1/2 Liter Murano Glass Coffee Creamer comes in two stylish options--multicolor and classic blue.

Slight differences in color, size, and density are not defects, but unique characteristics of a handcrafted product.

All Murano glassware is hand-blown in accordance with centuries-old Venetian glassmaking techniques. Casa Horatio sources our Murano glassware from Mazzega Art & Design SRL in Venice, Italy. Imported from Italy.

Dishwasher Safe

Capacity: 0.5 L

Dimensions: 5.5" (L) x 3.25" (W)

Weight: 1.25 lb.

We adore this 1/2 Liter Murano Glass Coffee Creamer for its cute size and beautiful design. It's practically a piece of art that you can use every day! Crafted with care in Murano, Italy, this little pitcher is perfect for pouring coffee creamer at breakfast, holding juice for your mimosa bar at brunch with friends, or simply adding a touch of charm to your space.

Nestled within the Venetian Lagoon, Murano has etched its legacy as a hallowed sanctuary of Venetian glassmaking mastery for centuries. Renowned worldwide, Murano's artisans have perfected their craft, producing captivating glass creations that showcase a harmonious blend of tradition, innovation, and sheer artistic brilliance. If you happen to find yourself in Venice one day, we highly recommend a day-trip to the beautiful island of Murano. (Murano is also a welcome escape from the crowds of tourists in busy Venice.) Should a trip to Venice not be on your immediate horizon, seize the opportunity to bring a touch of the city's magic to your own space by acquiring this genuine and exquisite Murano glass pitcher today.


Regular price $50.65 Sale price $40.00
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