Ca’d’Oro F Wall lamp Murano glass

312,00456,00(Approx. $327,60 - $478,80)

Modern and essential lines to hit those who look without frills and accessories. A clean and minimal figure that adapts to any environment.

Warm taupe color with crystal beads. Chrome metal parts.


Light source: E14 led, Bulb not included. Available different connections on request.

Certification: CE



Compatible with the most common and widespread LED bulbs with low energy consumption.
Electrical wiring harness compatible

Electrical wiring is always provided compatible for every country in the world according to the delivery address.
Safe and insured packaging

The product is packaged through the use of special vacuum blisters covered with polystyrene and placed in triple-layer cardboard boxes. In the very rare case of breakage during transport, we will take full responsibility for what happened by sending the damaged parts back free of charge as soon as possible.

Estimated delivery starting from: 02/11


Wall lamp handmade by Murano masters, who rediscover the history of Venetian traditions of the art of glass with the precision and attention to detail that distinguishes us.


Assembly instructions for quick and easy assembly.

Each stage of the process is handmade, each piece may differ in decoration compared to the photo as each object is unique.

Delivery takes 30-40 days with 100% insured express delivery.

Would you like more information? Do not hesitate to contact us, we will be happy to help you in choosing your Murano object, a value that lasts over time.


The famous Ca’ d’Oro, a patrician residence that with its undeniable beauty can enchant those who look at it, emblem of an entire city, become one of its most characteristic symbols.
One of the highest expressions of the late Gothic, called fiorito, the Ca’ d’Oro dominates the left bank of the Grand Canal in the Cannaregio district with its rich and asymmetrical fa├žade.

Long and overwhelming the story of the Ca’ d’Oro that has known the splendors of glory, the decadence of neglect, the raids of reckless interventions up to the love of a man who has dedicated years and effort of his life.

The palace was built by Mario Contarini, an exponent of a rich family of the city. In the early fifteenth century Marino married the young heiress Soramador Zeno, who in dowry brought some properties located in the Santa Sofia area, including the Ca’ Zeno that faced the Grand Canal. The newly married couple, therefore, went to live in this very house, but because of a family quarrel Contarini was forced to re-buy the property and when his wife died, as if to break with the past, he decided to demolish it and build a new one. This thesis is still much debated because over the years the hypothesis has taken shape that he had simply incorporated the existing building in the new one. We will remain with doubt.

Additional information

Weight N/A
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Number of lights

2, 3

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