Chandelier "Dahlia" by Max Ingrand for Fontana Arte made in the 50s. Superb vintage and rare piece that will easily find its place in a modern or classic decoration. This chandelier is composed of 6 metal and brass arms surmounted by smoked glass petals. The glass petals are handcrafted in Murano glass.
This chandelier is in very good condition considering the decades it has been in use.
Electricity checked, works with 6 E14 bulbs.
Dimensions: Height 50cm / diameter 91cm.
Max Ingrand is one of the most famous French master glassmakers and decorators of the post-war period along with Pierre Lardin and Robert Pansart.
He studied interior design at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He specialized in decorative arts with decorator and glassmaker Jacques Gruber and architect Charles Lemaresquier.
Max Ingrand was artistic director of Fontana Arte for 10 years from 1954, vice-president of the Société des artistes décorateurs, vice-president of the "Syndicat des verriers d'art et cristalliers" of France and "president of the Alumni" of the École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs.