The singular series of table, wall and pendant lamps features elements from Van Gogh’s cherished painting Almond Blossom, a work that symbolises new life. Not only because almond trees flower early in spring, but also because Vincent van Gogh painted the work as a gift for his brother Theo and sister-in-law Jo, who had just had a baby son.
About Cangini & Tucci
In 1961, master glassblower Gino Luigi Cangini founded a glassblowing factory in Cesena, Italy. His brother-in-law Pietro Tucci and his daughter Vanda took over management of the company in 1987, and in 2001, Tucci became one of the first glassworkers to use mouth-blown glass to produce decorative lighting. Cangini & Tucci’s core values are craftsmanship, quality and eye for detail. Thanks to the passion and experience of the master glassblowers, every product is unique.
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