Sculptural Gold Floor Lamp with Five Lights by Gaetano Sciolari, 1970s
This rare floor light stands out as a real sculpture. It was designed during the 1970s by Gaetano Sciolari, the famous Italian designer.
Delivering From: Warsaw, PL
This rare floor light stands out as a real sculpture. It was designed during the 1970s by Gaetano Sciolari, famous Italian designer. It is composed of a central column from which leave four arms. Each arm is composed of a removable smoked glass globe where the bulb is. There is also a light bulb at the up of the column, to have a total of five lights. The entire lamp is in brushed gold-plated metal and solid brass with original patina. The alternation between the brushed metal, brass and the glass ending brings to this light a texture and gives it more depth. The lamp requires E14 bulbs. The floor light switch is on the cable. This lamp has wear traces, some scrapes and patina.
|Dimensions||35 × 35 × 140 cm|
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