Today's most beautiful Venetian masks and traditional Venice Carnival masks to live the enchantment of Carnival...

In order to limit the Venetians’ overwhelming moral decay, the Serenissima Republic has been legislated many times the Carnival and controlled the use of masks and costumes.


The Bàuta or Bautta is the most simple and common mask in Venice.

Venetian masks were used to hide and protect the wearer's identity during promiscuous or decadent activities, but they became also the symbol of transgression and freedom from the severe social rules imposed by the Serenissima Republic.