Cesendello Glass on a rod Chandelier. The fabric-covered rod with delightful detail can accommodate 3 to 9 light points. A cesendello, or sanctuary lamp, has its roots in Rome and Byzantium, and later became popular in Venice and the Muslim world. The profile of its elegant spiral structure recalls the twist of a turban. The refined silhouette represents the synthesis of the Oriental and Renaissance themes present in Venice as early as the 15th century. This lamp can be wall or ceiling mounted. In the suspended version, the rod comes with two hanging chains (each 2 meters / 79″), adjustable on site.
In the glass range of the Fortuny lamps, Venetia Studium continues the centuries-old tradition of the Venetian master glass blowers, while retaining the elegance and originality of the shapes found in the silk version. The brilliance and transparency of the glass enhance the delicate gold decoration, made even more precious by the burnished metal of the decorative metal ring.