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Catalog of Glass Shades from ELETTRA 1928 - MILANO

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Posted 2 years ago

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Hornet
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Interesting series of Catalog of Glass Shades from the enterprise Elettra Milano 1928 : are in a good Quality . I hope to share this with all the people who loves this kind of old stuff .
enjoy .
Albert

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  1. packrat-place packrat-place, 2 years ago
    very nice.
    I love those types of old catalogs.
  2. Lisa-lighting Lisa-lighting, 2 years ago
    again Dear Albert,
    Thank you much for your generosity and kindness. This information is wonderful to have. Thanks again for sharing.
    Sincerely,
    Lisa
  3. Alfredo Alfredo, 2 years ago
    Albert, I have been doing research on Czech art glass shades and have traced several types to their original manufacturers by matching them with identified vases. For me, the key words are on your first page: "verreria importata direttamente dalle Fabbriche Boeme et Tedesche." IKn other words: German/Bohemian (Czech) shades! Check out Williamson Teplitz Shades Catalogs.
  4. Hornet Hornet, 2 years ago
    That's Right Alfredo . Every Shades and globes made in cut glass come from Bohemia/Germany . Where i can find image from Williamson Teplitz Shade Catalog ?
    Grazie .
    Alberto
  5. vetraio50 vetraio50, 2 years ago
    Ciao Alberto.
    Many thanks for these pages and for the others from the Dorizon catalogue.

    This catalogue looks to be really large.
    The Fondazione Neri has a 1929 copy that has 159 pages.

    Who were Garrone & Debernardi?
    "Forniture Elettriche"? Are there links to ERG Power & Gas?

    I see too that they sold Cannucce di Boemia. These are glass straws for drinking, no? They were ridged ( rigate: like pasta 'penne rigate') and came in white and colours. 100 white one were 16 Lire and 100 coloured ones were 24 Lire. Amazing!

    I wonder if anyone has any of them?
  6. Alfredo Alfredo, 2 years ago
    Alberto, write me at
    alfavil@aol.com

    And look at my website
    http://sites.google.com/site/loetzandglass/Home/

    Also look at my postings here, under "Alfredo"--there are several shades. i own several Williamson catalogs. here in the USA most of these shades are routinely sold as "Loetz". And they are not.
  7. Hornet Hornet, 2 years ago
    Hi Vetraio
    Garrone & Debernardi was a dealer of electric forniture ( Lamps , Cable , interruttori , indistrial staff ... ) Not like ERG or AGIP . but small dealer from Torino and Piedmont .
    - Cannucce are those in use with "Arat-Jour" all together make a "Frangia"
    I show better in this link : http://www.ebay.it/itm/LAMPADARIO-STILE-LIBERTY-DELL-800-/120880286182?pt=Arredamento_d_antiquariato&hash=item1c2506c9e6

    There are "Rigate" ( like pasta ) in opaline - Coloured ( very Rare ) I make a chandelier one time with Ruby-cannucce and Murano drops (AMAZING).

    Se ai altre domande chiedimi pure , sono contento di poter condividere la mia passione con chiunque di questo sito .
    ** Ho scritto in Inglese prima per poter far comprendere a tutti la spiegazione .
    Grazie .
    Alberto
  8. Alfredo Alfredo, 2 years ago
    GOOD GRIEF. I GREW UP WITH A RIGATTI CHADELIER THAT TOOK 5 HOURS AND FOUR PEOPLE (MY WHOLE FAMILY) TO DISMOUNT AND CLEAN!

    I CAN READ ITALIAN. I WROTE THE PROLOGUE (IN SPANISH) FOR AN ANTHOLOGY APPELATA L'ALTRA PENELOPE.
  9. Hornet Hornet, 2 years ago
    Hi Alfredo . I know your site I follow the link to be here ! Thanks again : ) Yes that's what i know from you : in the US most of these shade are call "Loetz" but are not . I think the most amazing shade are from Pallme Koning .
    Ciao , Alberto
  10. Hornet Hornet, 2 years ago
    Very Funny ! Alfredo . I just speak a little Italian with "Vetraio" who is in Australia and may be like to speak a little .... TRANSLATION : Just say :" If you have other questions , i'm happy to share my passion with anyone here in this site." I wrote in English before to understand everybody ."
    ** Sorry for my English not soo good .
    A.

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