MURANO

The Éclat de Plomb Chandelier combines the tradition of the Seguso family, master glassmaker in the Murano glass blowing since 1300, and the creativity signed by GIOPAGANI.
The elements that make up the entire structure are handmade one by one and individually moulded. In each of the eighteen arms that make up the Éclat de Plomb, interlinked one the other, a single blue flower, the Murano typical “acquamare” color. The spring explosion with leaves, flowers and decorations, typical of the classical, bright, colorful and transparent Rezzonico, is interpreted by GIOPAGANI maintaining the formal aspect and the original structure, creating a softened contemporary monochrome version. The brilliance typical of the traditional Murano blown glass has been replaced with a technique called layered (“incamiciato”) glass, presented in a matt gray lead color.

MURANO

The Éclat de Plomb Chandelier combines the tradition of the Seguso family, master glassmaker in the Murano glass blowing since 1300, and the creativity signed by GIOPAGANI.
The elements that make up the entire structure are handmade one by one and individually moulded. In each of the eighteen arms that make up the Éclat de Plomb, interlinked one the other, a single blue flower, the Murano typical “acquamare” color. The spring explosion with leaves, flowers and decorations, typical of the classical, bright, colorful and transparent Rezzonico, is interpreted by GIOPAGANI maintaining the formal aspect and the original structure, creating a softened contemporary monochrome version. The brilliance typical of the traditional Murano blown glass has been replaced with a technique called layered (“incamiciato”) glass, presented in a matt gray lead color.

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