Published at Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 - 18:33:35 PM. Chandelier. By Armina Jomphe.
Based on the early success of Murano glass oil lamps the artisans eventually graduated to a Murano glass chandelier. Lovers of luxury and exquisite surroundings rich Venetians could not underestimate the value of a glass chandelier. Far from being just a good way of lighting up the room a beautiful Venetian chandelier gave a focal point to every room and was a unique attraction that was revered by anyone who entered the house - family friends business partners and customers alike. Chandeliers started to proudly sparkle in every window of every Venetian palazzo church and public place and every night the reflections of light from the glass echoed star light reflected off the water of the famous canals giving the city its magical and unique appearance.
This chandelier is a feast for the senses as Pesce designed this chandelier in much the same style as a traditional old world chandelier - with a twist. The chandelier consists of 140 crystal strands each one consisting of 87 Swarovski crystals lit up by LED's that change the color of the design. In addition "Mediterraneo" emits certain soothing smells and also changes shape before the viewer's eyes. This is truly a unique and gorgeous crystal chandelier design. Chris Levine was the mind behind the chandelier entitled "Vertigo". This creation has the look and feel of old-time chandeliers similar to those you might see in ballrooms but "Vertigo" is lit with laser lights throughout the rows of crystals. The result is a visually stunning display of what can be done with beautiful Swarovski crystals.
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