Museums in the WorldFrom the firm’s very startup, Carlo Moretti articles have been highly appreciated and acknowledged at an international level by the market and art critics and collectors alike. We are talking of objects created in a limited number, made of mouth-blown Murano Crystal glass, each signed and finished off by hand.
Sometimes up to 15 people work on a single object at the same time. The complexity underlying their realization makes of these objects unique and valuable works of art. A uniqueness witnessed by the requests made by numerous Museums of Decorative Arts to have them in their permanent collections.
AwardsGold Medal a the Internationalen Handwerksmesse - Munich 1966
Internationales Kunsthandwerk Prize - Stuttgart 1966
Macef Prize 1976
Arango International Design Competition Glass that Works – Miami Fla. U.S.A. 1984
Selezione Compasso d’oro 1987 – hollow cone glasses
Selezione Compasso d’oro 1989 – oval glasses oval base
Selezione Compasso d’oro 1991 – blown chalices
ADI selection for the Universal Exhibition 2005, Aichi - oval glasses oval base