GINA.The sixties were about to end and Enzo Scibetta with pencil, fretwork bow, gimlet, clamps, rasp, glue, spikes, carpenter’s knives, passion and patience, transformed a few thin sheets of plywood into a candelabra chandelier, a work as a watchmaker, goldsmith.
After more than fifty years, the discovery. His sons saw in Enzo’s work a possibility, a prototype, and with the help of computers, CNC laser cutting machines and great passion, they transformed steel into GINA, MYOP’s chandelier.
The last and by far the most impactful of the versions of the chandelier is Gina Gold, an art object of indescribable beauty, which makes the spaces magnificent, giving those who admire it a sense of respect full of emotion.
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