The Diamante blown glass chandeliers are characterized by a slender central element; the arms, the central element and the final cup are made of flawless smooth glass. The standout elements of this chandelier are the cups, which are created using a complex manufacturing process, which is called “rostrato”, a technique which was widely used in the beginning of the XXth for the manufacturing of the Murano chandeliers.
This technique is carried out by hand by the craftsman: the result is a series of faceted prisms, that resembles the ashlar typical of renaissance architecture, which in return resembles the structure of a diamond – and that’s the origin of the collection’s name.
Thanks to the peculiar and elegant design, essential and yet sophisticated, this is a design blown glass element that can be placed in rooms with strong and refined fornitures. The chandelier is available both in the single tiered and in the multi-tiered version. The collection also includes wall lamps and table lamps. Many colours are available: venetian crystal, white, black, aquamarine and gold leaf.
Venetian chandelier decorated with "rostrati" elements.