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I have 2 lights from the Manchester collection and want to match those to a new chandelier. The Manchester collection does not have a chandelier large enough. I like the Devonshire 9-light chandelier but see that the glass is called florentine scavo... How is that different from the turinian scavo. It is hard to tell the difference in the pictures online.
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According to the manufacturer, the difference is: Turinian Scavo has noticeable texture, and has watermark variations to the glass. The Florentine Scavo is smooth, and has subtle spots.