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Venini chandelier in Murano glass inverted pyramid

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Ceiling lamp designed by Paolo Venini (Italian, 1895–1959) in the 1970s, with Murano glass crystals on gilded metal mounts.

1 900€
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Inverted pyramidal chandelier composed of Murano glass pendants of triangular section translucent and with orange nets. The pendants are beveled at their ends. The central frame is made of gilded metal. The chandelier works with 4 lightbulbs. It is a design by Paolo Venini (1895-1959) made in the 1970s.


Paolo Venini (1895-1959) is one of the leading figures in the production of Murano glass. Trained as a lawyer, in 1921 he founded a glass factory in the islands of Murano with his friend Giacomo Cappellin, an antique dealer. In the 1920s, Venini became a leader in glass design with a desire to transform the classic glassmaker's craft into an innovative art. He established a true collaboration between the craftsmen, designers and architects of his time to break away from tradition and experiment with glass. When Venini died in 1959, the company was taken over by his family. It was sold in 1985.

Circa :1970
Dim: W: 14,6 in - D: 14,6in - H: 16,5in.
Dim: L:37cm, P:37cm, H:42cm.

Condition Report
Some chips on the tassels. Chrome wear.

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