Cherubini carezzonico Murano glass chandelier

Murano glass chandeliers of the Carezzonico collection


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Cherubini Murano chandelier Ca'Rezzonico

Cherubini Murano chandelier Ca'Rezzonico


Dimensions of the Murano chandelier in the picture: height 140 cm diameter 120 cm


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Also realizable as from variants: for example the flowers all of the same color or the whole crystal chandelier with flowers 24 k gold or the whole red chandelier or.... 

Beautiful chandelier of CaRezzonico category in Venetian blown glass, according to the renowned traditional technique of Murano glass.

This model, present in the halls of the most elegant palaces, and in the most luxurious villas in the world, is a work of art characterized by a riot of beautiful blown glass details of many colors.The details in Murano glass worked exclusively freehand, and cane by master glassmakers Murano, with over 25 years of experience.

Each of our products has a certificate of authenticity that attests to the realization in the world capital of blown glass: Venice.

Unique handcrafted products, made in our Venetian furnaces, so choose a quality product at a price up to 50% lower than the average market price. 


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Cherubini Carezzonico Murano chandeliers


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Murano glass chandeliers of the category CaRezzonico 

they take their name from one of the most famous palaces in Venice, located in the Dorsoduro district and overlooking the Grand Canal between Palazzo Contarini Michiel and Palazzo Bernardo Nani, not far from Ca'Foscari.

Ca' Rezzonico in short is the seat of the Museum of the Venetian 18th century, but it also houses an immense historical treasure of Murano blown glass chandeliers: the Ciocca or Rezzonico chandelier to understand us, the first one designed and designed by Giuseppe Briati and made in Murano in the second half of the 18th century. A monumental Murano chandelier of sumptuousness and lightness, supported by an innovative interlocking technique that seems to cancel the supporting structure among the coloured reflections.  The Ciocca or carezzonico chandelier is the focal point of the exhibition curated by Cornelia Lauf under the scientific direction of Gabriella Belli.