The splendour, the colours and the richness typical of the Venice of the XVIIIth still live again in our collections of blown glass chandelier Villa Medici and Villa Borghese. As in the XVIIIth production, the peculiar characteristics of this collection are the complex handcrafted decorations. The structure is embellished with flowers and leaves, as it is typical of the Ca’ Rezzonico style.
One of the peculiar characteristic of Villa Medici is its elliptical shape, which is called “barchetta” or “gondola”, the arms are of various lenghts. The two longest arms have been embellished with a specific decoration called “trionfi”, and at the centre of them there are some additional lights.
The blown glass chandelier Villa Medici exalts some of the shapes and decorations typical of the products of our catalogue Timeless (the catalogue dedicated to the Murano chandeliers). The result is a unique lighting work, designed to decorate large spaces, such as public spaces and multi-activity centres.
A monumental chandelier, a peculiar decoration that do not lose its magnificence when placed in large spaces or when placed together with peculiar furniture.