Charlie Rectangular Suspension ID: CHASOML2-04
Charlie Rectangular Suspension 109 Chandeliers & Pendants Mazzega1946

Charlie Rectangular Suspension

By Carlo Nason, for Mazzega1946

Charlie Rectangular Suspension

By Carlo Nason, For Mazzega1946

$9,875.00 - $13,650.00

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SPEC #: AVM61054 | ID: CHASOML2-04

Charlie Rectangular Suspension

SPEC #: AVM61054


Designed by Carlo NasonRead Bio

Charlie Rectangular suspension features a glass diffuser in clear crystal or black with finish in polished chrome. Available in two sizes.

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Finish: Polished Chrome

Color: Black, Transparent Crystal


    • Finish: Polished Chrome
    • Color: Black
    • Size: 58.7"L x 9.7"W x 13.8"H
    • Dimmer: Standard 120V
      • Country of Origin: Italy

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    Carlo Nason

    About Carlo Nason

    Coming from one of the oldest glass-making families in Italy, Carlo Nason is no stranger to the world of glassworks. His experience in the creation of Murano glass, a specific type of glass from Venice has given him a unique texture and color to his fixtures that few can rival. By reviving old, traditional forms of artwork found in his hometown and exposing it to the world, Nason has helped to bring Murano glass into the mainstream for the world to appreciate.

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    The roots of AVMazzega lie in the noble Venetian glassworking tradition; the firm was founded in 1946 by Gianni Bruno Mazzega in Murano, Italy. A land of furnaces, still known for its age old glassworking techniques.

    Today, under the guide of son Andrea Mazzega, without betraying its orgins, AVMazzega has revived and reinterpreted the Murano Italian lighting heritage with passion and tenacity, inviting international designers to take on the alchemies of sands, oxides and powders on the Murano island.

    The result is hand-worked glass lamps that walk the line of contemporary lighting and the Murano glass traditions.

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