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HEIGHT: 21.5 in (55 cm) DIAMETER: 28.5 in. (72 cm)
Glazed Porcelain, Metal
Mid 20th Century
This circa 1960's chandelier, produced by Venini, features 'triedri' glass prisms suspended at varying levels from a metal frame.
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