Carlo Nason Osso Murano glass lamp for Mazzega


  • £950.00
  • €1,051 Euro
  • $1,278 US Dollar

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Carlo Nason Osso Murano glass lamp for Mazzega

Osso by Carlo Nason for Mazzega Murano. This table lamp is part of a large collection of biomorphic free form shaped Murano glass shells, this piece features crystal and milky glass diffuser that creates an "iceberg" visual effect. Circa 1975

Condition: Very good original vintage condition. No damage to the glass. Wear consistent in use and age

Carlo Nason is an Italian glass artist for his use of historical techniques in producing inventive lamps, vases, and sculptures. Born in 1935 in Murano, Italy, his family is one of the island of Murano’s oldest glass blowing families. His family involved Nason in the process of glassblowing from a very young age. The artist continues to live and work in Murano, Italy. Today, his works are in the collections of the Corning Museum of Glass and The Museum of Modern Art in New York.

W. 36 cm; H. 42 cm; D. 28 cm



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