1970 Sciolari MCM Italian chandelier for Lightolier

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Salvaged glass and chrome fixture from a home in Vancouver area built in 1964. Light was BTB  from the initial design of the home  on the coast of BC.

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Angelo Sciolari graduated with a degree in architecture but wanted to be a filmmaker. This course came to an abrupt end when in 1949 his father suddenly died and he took over the Sciolari Lighting company at the age of 22. His first designs in the 1950s were Sputnik inspired pendants; of course it was the space age. In the 1960s he created refined, futuristic and sharp classical style chandeliers. Lines were clean and sculptural and materials such as crystal and ice glass sparkled with a voluptuously luxurious coolness and he started combining brass with chrome. He led the family business with a passionate vision and within years, he expanded the business and started working with other light companies worldwide.

21.50" X 22.00" X 22.00"

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