Vendramin Rezzonic chandelier Murano glass

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Vendramin model in crystal with smoky and gold decorations, extreme refinement for your environments.

In 1700 was born the first chandelier in the “Rezzonico” style from the name of the rich family of wealthy Venetian merchants who wanted to commission a work worthy of its magnificence. In fact, they wanted a chandelier for their palace on the Grand Canal to celebrate the splendour and successes of their family.

Unique chandeliers for majesty, richness of decorations and refinement of details.

They find their ideal location in luxurious classic environments but at the same time their presence also enriches the most modern furnishings in a precious game of contrasts.

Entirely handmade, they are designed and customized to the wishes of customers not only in the size and number of lights, but in the smallest decorative details and colors.

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

Each stage of the process is handmade and the chandelier ordered will be performed specifically for your home.

Provided with Certificate of Guarantee and authenticity Belvetro Murano.


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

Delivery takes 30 – 40 days with 100% insured express courier. 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.


Briefly Ca’ Vendramin Calergi, is a Venetian palace, located in the Cannaregio district and overlooking the Grand Canal between Casa Volpi and Palazzo Marcello, opposite Palazzo Belloni Battagia and the Fontego del Megio. The palace houses the Venice Casino. The German composer Richard Wagner stayed in Venice six times between 1858 until his death. Arrived in Italy during his last trip, after the premiere of Parsifal at the second edition of the Bayreuth Festival, he rented the entire mezzanine of Ca’ Vendramin Calergi from the Count of Bardi before leaving Germany, and arrived there on 16 September 1882 with his wife Cosima Liszt and four of the five children (Daniela von Bülow, Isolde, Eva and Siegfried Wagner), as well as some servants.

Wagner died of a heart attack inside the palace on 13 February 1883 at the age of 69. A commemorative plaque on the brick wall overlooking the Grand Canal bears the verse inscription of the poet Gabriele d’Annunzio:

In this building

The last Spiro by Riccardo Wagner

They hear souls perpetuate themselves like

the tide that lambent the marbles

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