This striking and graphic Arredoluce chandelier was realized in Murano, Italy- the islands off the coast of Venice renowned for centuries for their superlative glass production techniques. Created in the same manner for decades, this piece is based off a timeless design by Angelo Lelli. It features five rectangular arms- emanating from a central cylindrical form-in brushed brass that support frosted globular handblown glass shades. This piece exemplifies the simplicity and timelessness of excellent design. It is as contemporary looking today as when it was first realized more than fifty years. With its clean lines and dynamic form, this fixture would be a winning addition to any style of interior from classic Mid Century Modern to contemporary. The fixture accommodates five candelabra based bulbs providing up to 300 watts of light. It has been newly rewired to American standards and is in excellent condition. The height can be adjusted to suit.