The mixtures are prepared for the fusion in refractory
ovens with temperatures near 1300 degrees. When
the glass is fused, it is taken out in the traditional
way and blown in wood-moulds, hand-modelled and
The stemwares and the tumblers are completely
covered with fused wax and dried up. Then, they
are placed on the needle-pantograph that scratches
the dried wax, realizing in this way the wished
Now the glass is dipped for few minutes in the
The acid engraves where the needles have acratched
The last processing is the washing in hot water
to remove the remaining wax.
The above described phases take the name of "true
with noble metals
The final work- process is the decoration. This
is entirely hand-made with brushes. The Master
Artisan embroiders the patter for the true engraving
with gold or silver, exalting the beauty and the
outline of the article.
Finally the glasses are cooked again in refractory
ovens at elevate temperatures to fix the gold
and let it became bright. The quality control
and packing conclude the work process.