Introducing: Voltolina Lighting


The Voltolina Lighting name and trademark is synonymous with the highest quality and most industry defining production in glass and cut glass. The company has built up this reputation through years of esteemed service and innovative design.


The brand was founded in 1984 by the Voltolina brothers, heirs to a long Venetian tradition in the processing of glass. The intent for the company was forged when the siblings decided to diversify their manufacturing by producing high quality cut glass for lighting systems.

In the time since then, using their experience to source the perfect choice raw materials and introducing innovative new technologies, Voltolina Lighting have established themselves as a world leader in their field.


Today, the largest production facility covers 80,000 square meters, 30,000 indoors, and has over 700 employees. Voltolina has smaller but strategically important production facilities in Spain, Rumania, Marocco and Tunisia.

The manufacturing versatility and expertise of the company has enabled the brand name to become a leader in a wide variety of market sectors. Customer demand for Voltolina’s unique combination of design, quality, and support has driven a steady increase in sales across the globe, with sales in prestige showrooms worldwide.

The natural next step was make the ranges available through a network of prestigious showrooms in cities from Venice to New York and from Casablanca to Dubai.


In addition to cut glass, in 2000 the company began production of artistic glass in Murano and gorgeous high quality lead free crystal.

During 2001 the company launched a revolutionary type of lamp fixture (called the Leonardo System), allowing the lamp to be assembled without touching the electrical parts, making the process quicker and safer. Consumers immediately responded to the new feature, improving the appearance and safety of their homes.

In 2009 the team decided to take a bold step and establish a business that would retrace the original traditions of Venetian glass blowing and recreate them in the “old Fashioned way”. A new company called “MURANOLAB 1291” was based on the island of Murano: it consists of a glass studio with a team of highly experienced glass masters and designers delivering custom and high quality products.