Giogali Chandelier

Designed by Angelo Mangiarotti


Item Number: 5274
$2,565.00 $1,795.50
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Comprising 150 handblown Murano glass rings, the Giogali Chandelier (1967) is a classic exercise in customization. Each clear ring can be arranged on the three-ring chromed steel armature to create chandelier figurations of varying lengths and shapes. The quality of the glass maximizes light intensity and creates dramatic refractions of light on surrounding surfaces. Designed by renowned Italian architect Angelo Mangiarotti, the Giogali continues to be one of the most sought-after modern chandelier designs, with vintage pieces selling for upward of $3500 at auction. Bulbs (not included): incandescent 60W/120V/E26/A19CLR-2PK. Made in Italy.

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H 27.5"–59" D 16"–18"


Glass; chrome.

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