Near mint condition model 134 by Carlo Nason for Mazzega, Murano, Italy circa 1969.
The height of the fitting is 45 cm / 18 inch without the cable which can be extended as required.
(the darker photos were taken using a dimmer, this light can be as bright as the single (E27) bulb used but at lower wattages the light evokes more colour and atmosphere from the glass)
Carlo Nason is an Italian glass artist known for his use of historical techniques in producing inventive lamps, vases, and sculptures. Born in 1935 in Murano, Italy, his family is one of the island of Murano’s oldest glass blowing families. His family involved Nason in the process of glassblowing from a very young age. The artist continues to live and work in Murano, Italy. Today, his works are in the collections of the Corning Museum of Glass and The Museum of Modern Art in New York.