Murano Glass

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Murano Glass Polished
Murano Glass Classification
Common Name Murano Glass
Species Glass

Murano Glass Colors

  • Bi-color Murano Glass Bi-color
  • Yellow Murano Glass Yellow
  • White Murano Glass White
  • Red Murano Glass Red
  • Purple Murano Glass Purple
  • Pink Murano Glass Pink
  • Orange Murano Glass Orange
  • Multi-color Murano Glass Multi-color
  • Green Murano Glass Green
  • Gray Murano Glass Gray
  • Colorless Murano Glass Colorless
  • Brown Murano Glass Brown
  • Blue Murano Glass Blue
  • Black Murano Glass Black

Countries of Origin

Italy

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Tim Matthews

Author

Tim Matthews

Tim Matthews is President and Chief Executive Officer of Jewelry Television® (JTV), as well as a member of the company's Board of Directors. He oversees and leads all aspects of the company's powerful omni-digital retail platform that uniquely specializes in fine jewelry and gemstones. His passion for business and gemstones has led him to become a recognized expert in the field of gemology. He is a life member of the Gemmological Association of Great Britain (Gem-A) and has earned Gem-A's highest degrees, the Gemmology (FGA) and Diamond (DGA) diplomas. He is also a Graduate Gemologist (GG) of the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) and has also completed GIA's Graduate Diplomas in Diamonds, Colored Stones and Pearls. Under his leadership, JTV has become the leader in the sourcing and selling of color gemstones and jewelry.

This page was created on June 27, 2014.

This page was last edited on October 24, 2019.