I saw this through the gaps in a fence on Murano. I’d really like to see the finished product.
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Tagged as chandelier, Murano, Murano glass
If I had paid attention to where I was when I took the photo, you could check on it the next time you’re on Murano, Caroline. All I can tell you is, it was not near any of the big fornaci.
How interesting – although Murano does now make some more modern pieces of other types, I’d not previously seen any more modern & not-hideous-to-my-taste chandeliers. I’d have assumed this was a commission, but if they’ve been working on it that long do you think it’s just being made on spec as an experiment?
It’s fabulous – thou it looks like you’d need very, very tall ceilings. Wouldn’t it look wonderful with some clever lighting.
A friend from Hungary sent me a photo she had taken of this same object, last summer, so they are making haste slowly, it seems, Mary.
I think it’s a chandelier, but it makes me think of icicles hanging from the eaves when I was a kid.
That was exactly what I thought, Darlene. I really, really liked what I saw.
Well the room must be large I wonder if the lights will come down into the iceles?
I would give a heap (well, a small heap), to see the finished product.
You sure it’s not a Jellyfish starter??
Could be, Melissa. (As long as it’s not an irukandji)
Oh my – that looks like it’s going to be beautiful!
Wouldn’t you just love to see it through the entire process?
For sure, Pat. It was so different, compared to the many Murano glass chandeliers that are seen.
I agree, Lynda. It was just casually sitting in a back yard.
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