Green plant lamp with opaline glass spheres and two branches
One of the most exceptional table lamps you will ever see and it’s also superbly decorative. Two elegant opaline glass spheres on each top of the plant stalks, giving light, warm and bright. The verdigris metal branches are painted in a subtle jade green and mint green, with touches of brown. Made in France the 1950s, rewired and looking for a new home.
Color: green, brown, white
Dimensions: 15 x 33 x 50 cm
Type of socket: E14 (light bulbs not included)
Electricity connection: Europlug
Country of origin: France
Lamp condition: very good, in original state with minor traces of age.
Product name: Green plant lamp with opaline glass spheres and two branches
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