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Genninger Studio reflects more than 35 years of design by Leslie Ann Genninger, an adopted Venetian whose creations in Murano Glass delight connoisseurs around the world.

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In 1988 Leslie's traveling in Europe brought her to the shores of Venice, where she met some incredibly gifted artisans.

Her fascination with Murano sparked her creativity and inspired her to start working with the glass, assisting the artisans Venetian Glass Masters and eventually creating her own designs. 

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The Journal

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The New York Time

Internationl Edition 

 26th  August 2021  

Venice has endured war, plague and conquest in its 1,200 years as Queen of the Adriatic, but after the last two years, many of its jewelers are struggling to stay open.

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Scarti Redux

Venice Glass Week

September 2023

Acqua di Murano...a morphology of Murano past and present reflects into the future. Fundamental to Murano’s survival are acts...acts of creation, repetition, collaboration, mastering, listening, watching, and collecting...

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Acqua di Murano

Venice Glass Week

September 2022

Acqua di Murano...a morphology of Murano past and present reflects into the future. Fundamental to Murano’s survival are acts...acts of creation, repetition, collaboration, mastering, listening, watching, and collecting...

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