Mazzega, Chandelier In Murano Glass, 1950’s- Op504801 flag

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"Mazzega, Chandelier In Murano Glass, 1950’s- Op504801"
Mazzega, attributed to.
Chandelier in transparent and orange Murano glass decorated with flowers held by chromed metal rods.
Italian work realized in the 1950’s.

New and functional electrical system.

TheMazzegaglass manufacture was created in 1929 by Romano Mazzega in Murano and produced quality items. In 1937, the company was sold to Aureliano Toso and changed its name. The next year, Mazzega opened another glass factory : the Fratelli Mazzega, in association with his brother and sister that became circa 1950 the Industrie Vetrari Reunite Mazzega. After war, the company was largely developped with the help of the master Ermanno Nason in connection with the artists fondation Fucina degli Angeli that welcomed prestigious artists such as Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Georges Braque or Jean Cocteau. The company was led from 1958 by the painter Gianfranco Purisiol that created original pieces with the own characteristics of the manufacture : a colored glass diffused in the glass transparency. The glass company was closed in 1983.
Price : 3600 €
Artist : Mazzega
Period:20th Century
Style:Design 50's and 60's
Condition : Bon état

Material : Verre de murano et metal
Diameter : 70
Height : 80

Reference : 655976
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Antique Dealer, Paris Flea Market, Marche Biron.
Mazzega, Chandelier In Murano Glass, 1950’s- Op504801
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