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The sparkling windows of some of the biggest names of Italian fashion like Armani, Gucci and Valentino can be found in the St. Mark’s Square area along Calle larga XXII Marzo, or along the Mercerie in Rialto.
The best jewelry stores are located under the porticos in St. Mark’s square, where luxury collections of Italian designers and traditional jewelry items share the sumptuous displays.
Venice artisan heritage lives on thanks to the rare gift of skilled Venetian craftsmen who are keeping centuries-old traditions alive. Choices abound:
The island of Murano houses a museum entirely dedicated to this art, the Murano Glass Museum.
Maschere Alberto Sarria
From the most beautiful traditional Venetian Carnival masks to folklore characters.
San Polo 777 - rughetta del Ravano Rialto
La bottega dei Mascareri
Specialties include papier-mâché masks, created with the most rigorous traditional method
San Polo 2720 - calle dei Saoneri
Colorful shop masks, one of the most original and well-known in Venice.
Sestiere Castello 5369/70
Engraver Art of Murano glass award winner 2012 - Section Moleria
Campiello Pescheria, 3 - 30141 Murano
Cenedese Linea Vetro Murano
Every kind of object created by the best glass masters
Fondamenta dei Vetrai, 68 - Murano 30141 Venezia
Merletti dalla Olga
Lace, tablecloths and much more, all hand embroidered. Piazza Galuppi 105, Burano
Dalla Lidia Merletti
The oldest shop in Burano, sell household linen and tablecloths. Via Galuppi, 215 - 30142 Burano