In Eclisse 1299.7L Chandelier as the name suggests (Italian translation of eclipse), for the first time the blown glass meets the galvanic processing, where a thin metallic decoration is interposed between the light source and the space, hiding inside a luminous soul that is released to its ignition as by magic
The name of the company Cangini & Tucci derives from its rich tradition. In 1961 master Cangini established a factory in Cesena, Italy, where he produced glass elements by hand through traditional glass processing. More than 25 years later, his son-in-law took over the factory, using learned traditional techniques to create beautiful chandeliers and utility lamps. Today, the company is gaining more and more international recognition. Cangini & Tucci lamps from the Van Gogh collection, designed in collaboration with the museum’s artists, can be seen in Amsterdam at the Van Gogh Museum.