Farsetti chandelier Murano glass

1.333,502.690,00

The cases of the sumptuous chandeliers rezzonici Venetian magazines in this collection in the color white and in the simplest line for an object that will illuminate and furnish with elegance and sophistication your home.

Milky white glass, white cotton lampshades, chrome metal parts.

Description

Chandelier hand-crafted by Murano masters, who rediscover the entire history and traditions of the Venetian art of glass with the precision in detail that distinguishes us.

Each stage of the processing is artisanal and the ordered item will be executed specifically for your home.

With Certificate of Warranty and Authenticity Belvetro Murano.

Each item is shipped with included spare parts and assembly instructions for quick and easy assembly.

Delivery takes 20-30 days with 100% guaranteed express courier service.

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

 

Ca’ Farsetti

is a Venetian palace, located in the San Marco district and overlooking the Grand Canal, not far from the Rialto Bridge. It is the seat, together with the adjacent Ca’ Loredan, of the municipality of the lagoon city.
The palace was built in the thirteenth century by the will of the descendants of the doge Enrico Dandolo, of only two floors.
Federigo Contarini, who bought the palace in 1440, had it enlarged in height, bringing it to its current size.
Around 1670 it passed to the family that gave its name, the Farsetti, who during the eighteenth century set up a sort of cultural center open to intellectuals, artists, citizens and foreign tourists. In the “museum” there was a rich collection of art pieces from various eras and origins, completed by a well-stocked library.

The last member of the family was Anton Francesco who, overburdened with debts, in 1788 closed the gallery and began to alienate the works kept. Immediately blocked by the Inquisitors of State, could resume sales after the fall of the Serenissima.
Died in 1808, the palace was bought at auction by the widow Andriana da Ponte as a dowry creditor. For a time the hotel “Great Britain” was installed there, but in 1826 it was sold to the municipal administration of Venice, which the following year turned it into a municipal residence, a role it still plays.

Additional information

Weight N/A
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Stile

Classic

Number of lights

10, 12, 6, 8

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