Six-Light Stilnovo Chandelier, Italy, 1950's

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Six-Light Stilnovo Chandelier, Italy, 1950's

4,900.00

Consists of six aligned matte white glass cones; the middle ones lighting downwards and the end ones lighting upwards. The horizontal section of the structure is black painted metal and teak wood. Stems are black and brass. The length of the stem shortened for low ceilings to a minimum of 26". This specific Stilnovo style is one of the best known and was used in many variations. Stilnovo after enjoying success from the 1950s to the 1970s was less successful in the following decades and was eventually acquired by Venini ceasing de facto its production. One of the particular aspects of this company was that it produced an extremely wide number of styles but in small quantities.

Condition: Excellent. One of the pieces of wood is slightly bent. Glass shades have been replaced.

Height: 26 in. (66 cm)

Width: 28 in. (71 cm)

Depth: 21.5 in. (55 cm)

Ref#: LTZ41

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