Scheda articolo : 163589
Epoca: Settecento
Prezzo: € 8.000

Elegante lampadario toscano della metà del '700 in cristallo molato a diamante, a nove luci, con pastorali e coppe in cristallo interamente dorate a zecchino. Esemplare molto simile ai grandi lampadari in cristallo della Sala Bianca di Palazzo Pitti a Firenze.

Dimensioni: Altezza 130 cm, Diametro 90 cm

Tuscan cut and blown glass nine branch chandelier. The main shaft is composed of three gilded blown-glass bowls and two tiers of cut-glass rope twist branches. There are six branches in the bottom and three branches on a higher level, terminating with blown-glass trumpet shaped drip pans and pear shaped finials drops.The branches are alternated by scrolling rope-.twist sheperd crooks on three orders. Decorated overall with cut-glass crystal faceted pendants and pear shaped finial drops. A very well-known and popular model of chandelier in Florence, due to the similarity to the very beautiful chandeliers of the Sala Bianca at Palazzo Pitti in Florence. Tuscan manufactory of the mid-18th Century.

Dimensions: Height 51.18 in., Diameter 35.43 in.

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