Nason Moretti, a brand steeped in history and tradition, has always had a singular focus: to captivate the discerning souls who seek refinement and elegance in the everyday. The essence of their creations is a fusion of ancient Venetian alchemy and the timeless wisdom of Murano glass masters. This, coupled with an insatiable curiosity for modernity, defines their legacy.
Founded in 1923 during a period of Italian artistic brilliance, Nason Moretti was a pioneering force, forging its path amidst emerging artistic trends. Their chalices and glasses swiftly became the quintessential embodiment of Venetian table artistry. From the grandest lineages to everyday households, Nason Moretti graced tables with an unparalleled sense of refinement.
Their unique charm led to collaborations with renowned fashion houses such as Valentino, Giorgio Armani, Bottega Veneta, and Hermès, as well as esteemed jewelers like Tiffany & Co. They found their place in luxurious restaurants and bakeries like Harry’s Bar and Gualtiero Marchesi, exclusive clubs in London, and even in the presence of royalty and the Quirinale. Simplicity became their signature, a hallmark that endured for a century.
Nason Moretti’s influence extended to prestigious exhibitions and shows, including the Milan Triennale, Salone del Mobile in Milan, Maison et Objet in Paris, Frankfurt Messe, Museum of Modern Art in New York (MOMA), Corning Museum of Glass, and Dusseldorf Kunstmuseum. Their uniqueness lies in their ability to embody a cultural avant-garde, effortlessly absorbing influences and inspirations from the worlds of art and design. For a century, Nason Moretti has been a beacon of elegance and taste, a testament to the enduring allure of their craft.