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I visited the Dorsoduro branch of the Marina e Susanna Sent shop and purchased 2 beautiful necklaces. The lady in the shop was extremely helpful and showed us lots of different colours and styles of necklaces which were not on display. I am really pleased...More
Those are all very good qualities for those of us who are sick to death of the typical neon-colored Disneyesque style of Murano glass jewelry.
I visited the tiny sliver of a shop near San Marco and was blown away by the designers’ sharply crafted...More
I visited their small store in San Marco, but the selection available was still fabulous! Each and every piece is unique, and the soap bubble necklaces are the perfect accessory, since they go with everything! The shop assistant was very helpful and knowledgeable, as well...More
I visited the Marina and Susanna Sent shop in Dorsoduro near the Peggy Guggenheim Museum in October 2017. This quaint shop offers selections of truly wearable art with their wonderful jewelry line! Each piece is unique and all of it is made on the island...More
I have visited the small Sent shop in the Dorsoduro for more than 15 years, and there I have purchased beautiful, handmade glass bead necklaces on every trip to Venice.
On this trip, I visited that shop again along with the Sent workshop and gallery...More
I had been looking forward to this visit all year and it was fantastic. What an amazing building and location. The architecture is perfect for the beautiful jewellery, which is simple, elegant and chic. My friends and I were truly excited by the displays of...More
Doing my homework in artisan unusual shop in Dorsoduro I made a note of this name. We passed the shop on our first night, just a few minutes walk from our hotel in San Salute on the way to our restaurant, but obviously closed.
I recently purchased the black circles necklace at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. It is elegantly minimalist and surprisingly affordable. Love! When I was in Murano, five years ago, it was difficult to find work by local artisans. This is the real deal!
Although I didn't visit the Murano location I DID visit both the Dorsoduro and Ponte Moise locations and can tell you that not only is the work unusual but the lovely woman with whom I had the pleasure of dealing could not have been more...More