Luce Naga

Sinuous ceramic gold lights

Captures the fluidity of the serpent’s movement in fine ceramic. The lights are dramatic, never subtle yet classic in their formand crafted in Italy. Matteo Cibic achieves an astonishing mixof playfulness and luxe, which are topped with hand blown, almost quirky covers over high quality LED bulbs.

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    The Eight Bulb Chandelier

    The Eight Bulb
    Chandelier

  • The Double Bulb Wall Light

    The Double Bulb
    Wall Light

  • Ready-to-ship
    The Five Bulb Floor Lamp

    The Five Bulb
    Floor Lamp

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    The Four Bulb Table Lamp

    The Four Bulb
    Table Lamp

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    The Four Bulb Wall Light

    The Four Bulb
    Wall Light

  • The Infinity Bulb Wall Light

    The Infinity Bulb
    Wall Light

  • The Nine Bulb Wall Light

    The Nine Bulb
    Wall Light

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    The Single Bulb Wall Light

    The Single Bulb
    Wall Light

 

The Luce Naga Story

Glassmaking in Murano originated in the 8th-century, with Asian and Islamic influences drawn from the trading port of Venice. Barely less than 2 kms away from the heart of Venice, the island has been impacted by art down the ages.

For centuries, Murano jealously guarded the art of glass making - in fact no one was allowed to leave the island without official permission from the Doge. Although its tradition has been handed down from generation to generation, the history of Venetian glass working has evolved in a manner that continues to respect the integral customs of the land, and its history.

One summer, Matteo Cibic along with the founding duo of Scarlet Splendour, travelled through Italy. During their days spent within the Vicenza region, which is legendary for its ceramics, was found the first inspiration for the beautiful serpent song, known as Luce Naga, which so strikingly appears in the boundless forms.

Finally, after nights of sleeplessness in which the art of applying 24-carat gold was perfected, the collection was completed with its essential element of Luce, or light, which shines through one of a kind hand-blown Murano glass bulbs. Every inch of this collection is handcrafted in Italy and forms a single timeless piece of contemporary history, completed with almost decadent luxury.