Monday, September 27, 2010


I make a point of stopping by John Salibello's row of shops on Manhattan's Eastside Antique District (East 60th Street) whenever I am in the neighborhood. His three shops are home to some of the most unusual decorative chandeliers, sconces and table lamps I've ever seen. The shop windows are breathtaking-when I visited last Friday, huge chandeliers composed of clusters of glass bubbles hung precariously over a white lacquered sideboard.  Simply stunning!

Six tier chandelier composed of lattimo glass elements by Venini (1960).
Opaque white frosted globe chandelier, Italy 1960.

Large chrome fourteen arm circular chandelier featuring smoked glass by Sciolari, Italy 1960.

Nickel and chrome sputnik ceiling fixture featuring rays terminating in clear glass balls, Italy 1960.


Hamptontoes said...

Who doesn't like a little bubbly?

Splendid Sass said...

I would get into serious trouble in these shops! I love the chandeliers! Thanks fr sharing these images.
Have a nice day.

Style Attic said...

Bubbles = Fun and those certainly are!

I'm thinking it's just what a cleaning lady wants to see when she walks in on the job for the 1st time :) or :O



pretty pink tulips said...

I love my drinks, in my tub...why not on the ceiling? :)

paula said...

What a lovely bubbly lights you have shared in here. I want it. I want it! Last photo is perfectly fit to my condo in philippines.