detail: gold leaf

The dolphin is the stem which supports the lamp shade, a dolphin cut in two, vertically.
The cut, strong, determined, is shown with a slip of the two halves.
We thus have two inner faces, one was treated with gold leaf, the other is burned to heat up to show an irregular black patina.
The two blocks cover portions cut waste glass, Murano chips, stacked along a tubular rod welded to a wrought iron base.
The rod ensures the attack on four bulb fixtures and the support of two flat rings of iron which is secured a metal wire that acts as a diffuser.
The waste materials back to life, bringing with it the value of time,
processed materials, stripped to the bone, eroded by time, materials closely related to the lagoon, Venice, the smell of the sea, the sound of waves, the reflections of light on the scales of sea.

Light of tradition and the reinvention of simple, natural, such as oak, iron, glass.
Light to illuminate the bodies and souls, light to illuminate the heart and mind.

with Erasmo Figini

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