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Python Chandelier

by on Sep 25, 2015 in Dose of Design
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Alessandro La Spada has designed the Python chandelier for La Murrina

Characterised by tubular glass elements, each piece of blown-glass that makes up the Python presents a bulging central part, covered with gold. This shape recalls the deadliest snake in the world, caught in the act of swallowing its prey. The combination of concentric circular modules creates an original chandelier, which combines classic and contemporary appeal.

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