Pair of Barovier and Toso Murano Glass 'Cordonato d'oro' Baluster Lamps
Partial Barovier and Toso Label to the underside
Italy, circa 1950
The plastic candle holders and cord to be replaced with brass candle holders and silk cord.
Cordonato D' Oro refers to the cords of gold the run vertically on glass. Sometimes the cords have diagonal ribs and sometimes bubbles in them. Bavovier's Zebrati (stripes) technique uses a thin filament that spirals from the bottom to the top. When used with Cordonato D' Oro, it gives a diagonal ribbed appearance
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