A stunning Italian chandelier with gilt metal and green painted wood. It has three branches which are decorated with metal leaves and flowers. It has a diameter of 45 centimetres, so it’s big enough to be a center piece in the living room or to hang above a dining table. It’s from the 1960s.
Color: green, gold
Dimensions pendant: 45 x 45 x 47 cm
Total height bottom to ceiling: 82 cm
Type of socket: E14 (light bulbs not included)
Country of origin: Italy
Lamp condition: very good, in original state with minor traces of age. Rewired and new lamp sockets (candle style).
Product name: Chandelier with gilt metal and green painted wood
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