Murano glass factories forced to shut down furnaces during Europe’s gas crisis

On a mid-December morning at the Zanetti factory — close to where the underwater gas pipe rises to the surface — master artisan Oscar Zanetti, 60, and his son Andrea, 36, were removing sticky, luminous, white-hot balls of glass from a furnace, attaching them to the figure of a horse and stretching them into the shape of slender legs. The horse would later gain its wings and become a Pegasus, the mythical creature.

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