Veronese Table Lamp
Collection : Veronese
A crystal vase crossed by a beam of light, in the famous painting by Paolo Veronese depicting the Annunciation. This is the image behind the pure lines of an object of consummate elegance, reinterpreted in modern terms. With its diffused, enveloping light the lamp fits perfectly into classic and modern decors, bringing them unique, exclusive character.
This is the image behind the pure lines of an object of consummate elegance, reinterpreted in modern terms. With its diffused, enveloping light the lamp fits perfectly into classic and modern decors, bringing them unique, exclusive character.
Veronese depicting the Annunciation. This is the image behind the pure lines
of an object of consummate elegance, reinterpreted in modern terms. With
its diffused, enveloping light the lamp fits perfectly into classic and modern
decors, bringing them unique, exclusive character.
Veronese Table Lamp
Angelo Barovier invented a revolutionary formula that made it possible to obtain an unprecedented material with extraordinary characteristics of extreme transparency and brightness. Thanks to a decree issued by the Republic of Venice in 1455, Angelo Barovier was granted the exclusive right to produce “Cristallo Veneziano” (Venetian Crystal).
The factor that makes this formula unique, still used today through progressive refinements, is the total absence of lead and arsenic. This is what makes our Venetian Crystal different from any other crystal on the market, enabling the master artisans to carry out the entire production process in complete safety, achieving exceptional results.
The Venetian Crystal is a unique, sustainable and safe material, ideal to give form to works of great artistic value: the creations of Barovier&Toso.
All the Venetian crystal elements are made in Murano in our furnaces while the metal structures and components are all made in Italy and they are the result of intensive and creative care.
Barovier&Toso certify authenticity and design originality.
More than 700 year's history guard your choice.
Class and refinement as the outcome of a profound dialogue between Barovier&Toso and Philippe Nigro.
Using an archive and a museum as tools to grant continuity and to innovate without losing sight of tradition and historical roots is a way to make memory truly immortal and perceptible in its trans
Metropolis is a collection that forcefully evokes the class, symmetrical and plastic forms of Art Deco, shaped by a harmonious, fluid rhythm.
Symmetry and order generate very elegant suspension lamps of magical charm.
The start of it all, the compendium of 700 years of tradition, passed down from father to son, above and beyond passing fashions: a collection full of history, details and emotions.
Poetry and lightness coexist in this bold collection of suspension lamps, based on the stylistic expressions of the late 1950s and early 1960s.
The glass, by nature, expands, takes shape, gains volume, absorbing that air, trapping it inside.
A collection of chandeliers and a wall sconce lamp characterized by the thin extending leaves.
Clouds of tubes with a square cross-section form pyramid-shaped suspensions, inspired by the rigorous and energetic geometric stylings typical of Art Deco.
Vertigo is a family of chandeliers and appliques that thrives on contrasts, combining dynamism and symmetry, delicacy and power.
An enclosure of luminous reeds dominates the setting, wrapped by the leaves of climbing plants, entirely in Venetian Crystal.
Genteel beauty that originates in echoes of nature, with its ability to multiply, always in new, spontaneous ways.
Based on a Surrealist matrix, the new collection surprises and fascinates with its avant-garde design.