Murano fish refers to a type of decorative glass fish sculpture that is made on the Venetian island of Murano, Italy. Murano glass is world-renowned for its high-quality craftsmanship and intricate designs, and Murano fish are a popular example of this tradition.
Murano fish sculptures are typically made using a technique called lampworking, which involves heating and shaping glass rods using a flame. The glass is then colored using various techniques, such as adding metallic oxides or layers of different colored glass. The final product is a colorful and often realistic-looking fish sculpture, with details such as fins, eyes, and scales.
Murano fish sculptures can be found in a variety of sizes and colors, and they are often used as decorative objects in homes or as gifts. They are also popular among collectors of Murano glass and are often seen as valuable works of art.