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Trihedral Crystal Glass Sputnik Chandelier

Materials: Chromed metal (iron) globe. Trihedral “trierdi” shaped crystal clear glass rods pointing in any direction. Chrome chain and canopy. Bakelite sockets.

Chain Length: 60 cm / 23.62”

Height: 85 cm / 11.02”

Width: ∅ 85 cm / 17.32”

Electricity: 9 bulbs E27, 9 x 60 watt maximum, 110/220 volt.
Any type of light bulb can be used, but a clear bulb or a silver cupped one is preferred.

Period: 1970s – Mid-Century Modern.

Designer: To be appraised.

Manufacturer: To be appraised.

Other versions: This trihedral crystal glass sputnik chandelier exists in several variations.

Trierdi is the Italian word for trihedral.

Camer Glass

Often sold as a chandelier produced by Camer Glass. Camer Glass was an American importer of glass, located in New York and specialised in lighting fixtures that were primarily made in Murano, Italy, and the Czech Republic. Camer Glass no longer exists. The company was at least active in the 1960’s and 1970’s. They sold glass produced by many famous companies such as Venini, Barbini and Seguso.

Trierdi

The trierdi shaped crystal rods are a typical Venini design. Venini produced many lamps in this prism style shape. This chandelier dates from the 1970s, so it is possible that is was produced by them. However, several lamp producers made these type of lamps. Even today you can buy new ones.

Giovanni Dalla Fina

Giovanni Dalla Fina is a company that produces these Sputnik chandeliers today. Working from his youth in the Murano glass business, Giovanni opened his own company in the early 70’s. The company is specialised in the restoration of antique Murano chandeliers, and in the best production of his own particular models.

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Many thanks to Frank from Flowermountain.be for the photos and the enthusiasm.