Murano pendant lamp LS 134 Medusa by Carlo Nason Italy 1960s
Introducing a truly elegant and exceptional piece of artistry, the "Medusa" LS134 Murano glass lamp by renowned Italian designer Carlo Nason. This lamp is recognized by connoisseurs as a true iconic design, showcasing the skill and craftsmanship of Murano glassmakers. Carlo Nason, born in 1935 in Murano, Venice, hails from a family of expert glassmakers. His father, Vincenzo Nason, established the esteemed glass business NasonMoretti and later opened another glass enterprise named Vincenzo Nason & C in 1941. Carlo Nason received comprehensive training in the art of glassblowing from a young age, acquiring knowledge about the unique properties of glass and the intricate techniques involved in molding and decorating it. Three glass created using the "Pulegoso" technique, a method often employed in the 1920s. During the glassmaking process, gasoline is added to the molten glass, causing it to boil and form countless tiny air bubbles of irregular shape. This deliberate inclusion of irregular bubbles restricts the transparency of the glass, adding an enchanting visual effect. The fourth glass has a beautiful milky color, further enhancing its allure. This vintage lamp is in excellent condition, free from cracks and chips, showcasing the impeccable quality of the glass. The wiring is suitable for use in all countries worldwide. The maximum height, including the cable, is 120 cm, providing an impressive presence wherever it is displayed. Width: 45 centimeters Height: 45 centimeters Don't miss the opportunity to own this exceptional piece of Murano glass art, meticulously crafted by Carlo Nason himself. This "Medusa" lamp is sure to be a captivating addition to any collection or a striking focal point in your home or office decor.