Mid-Century Lamp in Murano Mazzega Glass from Kaiser Leuchten, 1960s
This pendant lamp was manufactured by Kaiser Leuchten during the 1960s.
Delivering From: Warsaw, PL
This pendant lamp was manufactured by Kaiser Leuchten during the 1960s. The shade is made from Italian Mazzega Glass from Murano. Its shape resembles the blooming flower. The shell and chain is made from brass. The lamp is large and heavy.
|Dimensions||40 × 40 × 115 cm|
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