Barovier e Toso rostratto chandelier
A 1940s Murano Italian design. Classic and elegant chandelier by Barovier e Toso.
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|H 93 cm (36.62 in.)||[N/A]||[N/A]|
|[N/A]||60cm (23.6 in.)||Clear|
|Very Good: This item has no defects, but it may show slight traces of use.|
|Restoration and Damages details|
|Light wear consistent with age and use|
|Design Period||Production Period||Year Of Production|
|1940 to 1949||1940 to 1949||1940s|
|Mid-Century||Barovier and Toso||Barovier and Toso|
|Material||Artist||Place Of Origin|
A 1940s Murano Italian design. Classic and elegant chandelier by Barovier e Toso. Clear blown glass Rostrato technique with bronzed brass details. Six shades and light bulbs. The circular base of this lighting fixture holds the six vessel shaped shades. This chandelier is a good example of the complex ‘rostrato’ technique invented by Ercole Barovier in 1938, which consists of extending a series of points from the blown glass that gives it a’ Prehistoric’ almost Brutalist look. The result is very elegant.