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1960's Italian Mid-Century Glass Ninfea Pendant by Toni Zuccheri - Spirit Gallery
1960's Italian Mid-Century Glass Ninfea Pendant by Toni Zuccheri - Spirit Gallery
1960's Italian Mid-Century Glass Ninfea Pendant by Toni Zuccheri - Spirit Gallery
1960's Italian Mid-Century Glass Ninfea Pendant by Toni Zuccheri - Spirit Gallery
1960's Italian Mid-Century Glass Ninfea Pendant by Toni Zuccheri - Spirit Gallery
1960's Italian Mid-Century Glass Ninfea Pendant by Toni Zuccheri - Spirit Gallery
1960's Italian Mid-Century Glass Ninfea Pendant by Toni Zuccheri - Spirit Gallery
1960's Italian Mid-Century Glass Ninfea Pendant by Toni Zuccheri - Spirit Gallery

1960's Italian Mid-Century Glass Ninfea Pendant by Toni Zuccheri

€3,200.00

Gorgeous Italian mid-century pendant designed with a flower-shaped shade crafted in Venini Murano glass by Toni Zuccheri circa 1960s. The light is highlighted by its chrome structure giving it a very modern style. This piece is professionally re-wired with the highest standards and universally compatible. The son of the animalist painter

  • Creator
    Toni Zuccheri (Designer)
  • Dimensions
    Height: 33.08 in (84 cm)Diameter: 25.2 in (64 cm)
  • Style
    Mid-Century Modern (Of the Period)
  • Materials and Techniques
  • Place of Origin
  • Period
  • Date of Manufacture
    1960's
  • Condition: excellent, all our pieces are restored to last another lifetime

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About 

Luigi Zuccheri, Toni inherited his father’s passion for animals, which are recurrent subjects in his creations. Toni Zuccheri attended the faculty of architecture in Venice under the guidance of Gardella, Albini, Scarpa and Samonà. He started to collaborate with VENINI in the 1960s: his first glassworks are, according to the family tradition, animals made in multi-coloured glass with precious techniques like the “murrine” technique. In 1965, he started to collaborate with Gio Ponti, with whom he designed a new system of glass windows, called “Vetrate Grosse”. Following this, he expanded his glass production with new colours and subjects and participated in various exhibitions worldwide.

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