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1960s Angelo Mangiarotti-designed Giogali SP 80 chandelier reissued

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Statement lighting? You can't get much more of a statement than this Angelo Mangiarotti-designed Giogali SP 80 chandelier, which has just been reissued.

That statement definitely includes the word 'opulence', with this 1967 design, a collaboration between retailer TwentyTwentyOne and venetian glass specialists Vistosi, featuring 360 individual Murano glass ring elements.

All of those hang on a bespoke black nickel frame, the result intended to be a 'a curtain of glass' as well as an updated interpretation of the classic chandelier, one that can be used in the modern home (rather than a stately home).

I'm guessing you aren't expecting cheap and that's definitely the case with an asking price of £2,715.

Find out more at the TwentyTwentyOne website


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