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  1. Orrefors 3 Tiered Crystal Chandelier
    $15,600.00

    Orrefors 3 Tiered Crystal Chandelier Learn More
  2. Italian Sputnik Chandelier
    $10,000.00

    Materials and Techniques:Enameled Metal - Condition Excellent - Dimensions Height 30" (76 cm) Diameter 35" (89 cm) LU78368290503 Learn More
  3. Venini Tubular Glass Chandelier
    $10,000.00

    Venini Tubular Glass Chandelier Learn More
  4. Pair of Italian Etched Glass and Brass Pendants
    $12,000.00

    Materials and techniques:Etched Glass, Brass - Condition Excellent - Dimensions: H 22" (55.88 cm) Diameter 10.5" ( 26.67 cm) Sold As Set of 2 Reference number: LU783610940041 Learn More
  5. Venini Textured Glass Fixture
    $15,000.00

    Venini Textured Glass Fixture DIAMETER 24 in. (61 cm) REFERENCE NUMBER LU78361107720 Learn More
  6. German Brass and Glass Sputnik Chandelier ‘Two Available’
    $7,500.00

    A brass Sputnik chandelier with eight white glass globes, German, circa 1960s. Two available. Learn More
  7. Pair of Fluted Murano Glass Lamps
    $12,000.00

    Pair of Fluted Murano Glass Lamps DIMENSIONS 40 in.H 102 cmH DIAMETER 10 in. (25 cm) REFERENCE NUMBER LU78363692112 Learn More
  8. Pair of Mazzega Large Glass Sconces
    $35,000.00

    Pair of Mazzega large glass sconces. Learn More
  9. Italian Etched Glass Fixture
    $9,800.00

    DIMENSIONS 12 in.H 30 cmH DIAMETER 20 in. (51 cm) REFERENCE NUMBER LU78366844023 Learn More
  10. Venini Large Tubular Clear Glass Chandelier
    $38,000.00

    Venini Large Tubular Clear Glass Chandelier Venini was founded in 1921 in the Italian glass making capital of Murano-- in truth an island in the waters surrounding Venice. Venini is still active to this day producing high quality lighting and decorative objects for both individual collectors and major commercial projects. The Venini name is synonomous with great design, having worked with many major artists over the years including Gio Ponti, Carlo Scarpa, Ettore Sottsass, Fulvio Bianconi, and many others. Known originally as Cappellin Venini, the company hired the Italian painter Vittorio Zecchin to be its first art director in what proved to be the first of many wise moves made to quickly establish a reputation for excellence. Early Venini glass reflects the "streamlined" Art Deco style which they helped to popularize, but Venini was known as a good place for artists to collaborate with Venetian glass artisans, free to pursue their own unique visions in glass with the help of Venini. Venini actively explored new glassmaking techniques, leading the Italian avant garde in moving beyond classic Murano glass blowing. In the 1950s, Venini was a pioneer introducing what today is known as mid-century modern design, especially lighting using glass in the colors of fifties modern. Venini designs are straightforward, clean, and simple, making a design statement with simple shapes and striking colors. Paolo Venini died in 1959, but his artistic tradition and his collaboration with talented artists of the time continues today in Murano. Learn More

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