Chandelier with lemons and pomegranates
Ciao bella! When life gives you lemons, you take some pomegranates and make a unique chandelier. This divine 1950s Italian chandelier brings your room instantly to the lemon farms of the Amalfi Coast or Sicily. In ancient times citrus fruits were dedicated to Venus, the goddess of love, where pomegranates symbolize fertility because of their many seeds. But the most important thing is that this lamp is a colorful feast for the eyes!
Color: green, yellow, red
Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 60 cm
Type of socket: E14 (light bulbs not included)
Country of origin: Italy (Florance)
Lamp condition: very good, in original state with minor traces of age.
Product name: Chandelier with lemons and pomegranates
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The lamps we sell are 50 to sometimes even 100 years old. As a result, the condition of the lamp will never be ‘new’ and it may be that a lamp has minor traces, which are appropriate to the age of the product. We always describe the condition of the lamp in the product description. If there is a bigger wear, we will always post a picture of it as well. For more information about a specific lamp, you can always contact us.
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Each vintage lamp has high quality and design. In our range we have products from well-known brands and designers, such as Sciolari, Mazzega, Seguso Murano, Muller Frères and Thabur, but also the lamps without signature are all unique or classic designs. Our collection of vintage lamps is curated by Sofie Clavaux.
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