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Murano Glass Jewelry

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I was thinking of getting my aunt a small piece of Murano glass while I'm in Venice; I was thinking of a pendant, a pair of earrings or maybe a ring. It needs to be quite small and fairly difficult to break as I will be traveling with only a carry-on sized pack.

Can anyone tell me what kind of price range I'll be looking at for Murano jewelry? I don't need it to be especially intricate or fancy; something simple would be preferable. But I would like it to be authentic Murano glass is possible, rather than the Chinese stuff. Is it possible to get anything real for say, under 50 euros? Or am I dreaming?

On that note; how will I be able to tell the difference between the authentic Murano glass and the 'fake' stuff? What should I look for?

Thanks :)

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