Creating a Murano charm | Pandora




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Published on Mar 31, 2014

Murano glass has been a famous product of the Venetian island of Murano in Italy for centuries. Pandora glass charms are made from glass imported from Murano. The glass rods are of a high quality and the colours have depth and beauty.

A glass rod is heated over a torch flame until molten and wound around a specially-coated steel mandrel, forming the base charm. It can then be embellished or decorated using a variety of techniques.

As a characteristic of the production method, each Pandora Murano glass charm is unique and can contain small variations in the design, the colouring and the size.

The making of a glass charm is an extremely advanced process that demands extraordinary craftsmanship skills. A multitude of imaginative details can be created using glass: From polka dots and graphic lines to striking stone embellishments and three-dimensional effects, the beauty and bounds of this inspiration material are endless.


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