Gallery Lamy Chabolle - Chandelier from the Chuirazzi foundry
Gallery Lamy Chabolle - Chandelier from the Chuirazzi foundry

Description

Pompeian chandelier inspired by engravings from Piranesi. 
Patinated bronze.
Chiurazzi Federico, Neapolitan foundry. Stamped C.F on several parts.

Italy, 19th century.

This exceptionnal patinated bronze chandelier is a good illustration of the production of objects of art inspired but roman and greek antiquity. This was one of the most important style of the european decorative arts during the second half of the eighteenth century.

With its four oil lamps topped by chimeras, birds heads and palm leafs, this chandelier is a good exemple of the reinterpretation of the antique consequently to numerous archaeological discoveries during the 18th and 19th centuries This chandelier is a good illustration of the napolitan craftmen’s skills at the end of the 19th century.

The Churazzis were a famous dinasty of italian art caster. The founder of the Chuirazzi foundry, Gennaro Chiurazzi (1842 1906) developped its activity exclusively around the reproductions of works helded by the napolitan museums.

In 1891, thanks to the success of his firm, he inaugurated his first showroom at the Piazza dei Martiri in Napoli and opened a second one in 1894 in the Galleria Principe di Napoli. In 1895, his two sons, Federico (1870-1951) and Salvatore (1872-1941) joined him at the head of the foundry. A second foundry created in Rome in 1925 was charged of the casting of Carlo Fontana’s quadriga for Victor-Emmanuel II’s monument. The foundry still exists nowadays.

Product Details

Height
60 cm
Width
80 cm

Pompeian chandelier - Chuirazzi foundry

380-Gallery Lamy Chabolle - Chandelier from the Chuirazzi foundry
425-Gallery Lamy Chabolle - Chandelier from the Chuirazzi foundry
Height
60 cm
Width
80 cm
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    Description

    Pompeian chandelier inspired by engravings from Piranesi. 
    Patinated bronze.
    Chiurazzi Federico, Neapolitan foundry. Stamped C.F on several parts.

    Italy, 19th century.

    This exceptionnal patinated bronze chandelier is a good illustration of the production of objects of art inspired but roman and greek antiquity. This was one of the most important style of the european decorative arts during the second half of the eighteenth century.

    With its four oil lamps topped by chimeras, birds heads and palm leafs, this chandelier is a good exemple of the reinterpretation of the antique consequently to numerous archaeological discoveries during the 18th and 19th centuries This chandelier is a good illustration of the napolitan craftmen’s skills at the end of the 19th century.

    The Churazzis were a famous dinasty of italian art caster. The founder of the Chuirazzi foundry, Gennaro Chiurazzi (1842 1906) developped its activity exclusively around the reproductions of works helded by the napolitan museums.

    In 1891, thanks to the success of his firm, he inaugurated his first showroom at the Piazza dei Martiri in Napoli and opened a second one in 1894 in the Galleria Principe di Napoli. In 1895, his two sons, Federico (1870-1951) and Salvatore (1872-1941) joined him at the head of the foundry. A second foundry created in Rome in 1925 was charged of the casting of Carlo Fontana’s quadriga for Victor-Emmanuel II’s monument. The foundry still exists nowadays.

    Product Details

    Height
    60 cm
    Width
    80 cm

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