Fabbian is not the first brand to spring to mind when we think of Venetian glass chandeliers!
Spirito di Venezia was designed for them by Gian Paolo Canova. It is Ø77cm and its total height to the ceiling is 77cm. This may or may not be adjustable (we have not received the catalogue details yet), so do check before specifying.
It is an intelligent Venetian response to Windfall's Balance crystal chandeliers. It too is lit by spot lights from above, rather than by lamps in the chandelier itself, so there is no glare. As a result, neither electric cables, nor a metal frame, are required: the glass components can be suspended from very thin wires, so they seem to float. It is like the ghost of a Venetian chandelier. I wonder if that's how it got its name...?
There are two versions. White blown glass: