Mazzega Carlo Nason style chandelier Murano glass


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Mazzega Carlo Nason style chandelier Murano glass

Mazzega Carlo Nason style chandelier, blue vaseline Murano glass on a gold-plated gilt frame, 1990`s ca, Italian.

This chandelier has been gently cleaned while respecting the vintage patina. It is newly rewired & earthed with gold silk cable, fully working and PAT tested by an electrician. Light bulbs included. This chandelier can be used with a dimmer. It is possible to use this chandelier in other countries although it may be necessary to purchase different light bulbs suitable to local electricity.

Carlo Nason `Firenze` Suspension Design Chandelier is the 20th Century Design Classic which inspired this vintage piece.

Good craftsmanship and attention to detail, this chandelier shares many features of the originals: Murano glass flat ribbed droplets both hang and are staggered on a tiered metal frame. These ribbed glass blades were made in Murano with the original "piastra" technique.

This large size is perfect for contemporary decorating, either above a table, in a staircase, or as a focal point of any room. The tiered form with its cascading waterfall pattern is grand, but still `light`. This look is ideal for a range of interiors such as Traditional, Art Deco, French, Hollywood Regency, 70`s Glamour or Contemporary.

Particularly attractive is the fluorescent, creamy iridescent appearance of the glass. Depending on the light source the reflection goes from soft creamy light blue with a golden hue. When a spot light is directed through, the colour shifts to fluorescent blue.

The texturised glass shades appear to hang lightly giving a sense of movement and beautifully reflecting the light.

Each glass shade is thick & strong. At the top there is a long hook portion to secure it to the frame.

Arranged down the 3 tiers there are 60 handmade Murano glass shades; 32 hang on the top tier, 20 on the second tier & 8 on the bottom tier. There are 3 lengths of glass shades: Large, Medium & Short. When in place, the pattern creates a staggered or draped `sea weed` like effect.

Each tier carry the following composition of shades:

Top large tier: 8 Long, 16 Medium, 8 Short
Middle tier: 5 Long, 10 Medium, 5 Short
Bottom tier: 4 Long, 2 Medium, 2 Short

The quality solid gilt frame has a polished finish. From a central column there are 3 concentric tiered circles, each of which is secured to the column by several horizontal supports.

The top row of 6 pivotal lamp holders rotate in various directions to create different effects and angles with the lights. The middle tier has 3 lamp holders facing down. At the bottom there is 1 down lighter.

The chandelier carries 9 standard E 14 small screw light bulbs up to 40 Watts each, and 1 standard E 27 big screw light bulb up to 60 Watts at the bottom.

At the top there is a decorative gilt ceiling cup and gilt chain. This chain could be lengthened or shortened as needed.

This vintage chandelier is in very good condition. All the glass shades are in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. The metal frame is sound with a light patina in line with age.

Packing is offered free of charge. This chandelier travels well as all the components can be easily wrapped separately. Each glass shade would be wrapped in card & bubble wrap. Small groups of glass shades would be boxed. These boxes would be placed in a larger box with the frame. The frame would be wrapped in bubble wrap and reinforced with card. These items would be supported inside with filler.

Additional Dimensions:

The total Height with the chain is: 170 cm.

The Height of the frame from top with the glass but no chain is: Height: 130 cm, Width: 55 cm , Depth: 55 cm.

The frame alone (without the glass or chain): Height: 75 cm, Width: 50 cm, Depth: 50 cm.

The glass shades are in 3 dimensions:

The 17 longer glass shades have a Length of 61 cm.

The 28 middle glass shades have a Length of 51 cm.

The 15 shortest glass shades have a Length of 42 cm.

Angelo Vittorio Mazzega founded Mazzega in 1946. Carlo Nason has been a prominent designer for the company over the decades. Nason was born in 1935 into one the oldest glass making families in Murano. He is known for his inovative designs which highlight technique & craftsmanship. He is well known worldwide for his Modernist designs such us : the "Firenze" Suspension glass ribbed glass blades chandelier, "Roma" ceiling lights & "Vercelli" ceiling/wall lights.


  • H: 130cm (51.18in)
  • W: 55cm (21.65in)
  • D: 55cm (21.65in)


1990's ca Italian

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In 1993, Sergio opened his first antiques showroom in Rome, with a second seasonal shop in Ponza, an island close to Capri. The island spirit, with her international clients, influenced his eclectic style. Following features in several magazines, Sergio established his own art & antiques publication. As a part of this, Sergio regularly visited and reported on leading European Auction Houses. It was London's art & antique scene, which drew Sergio.

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