Sciolari chandelier opaline globes – This Italian lamp was designed by Angelo Gaetano Sciolari in the 1970s.
Typical of his designs in the 1970s are the simple yet graceful shapes and chrome as a base with yellow accents. This chandelier has five arms and with opaline glass globes on them. The shape of these globes are very rare.
Color: silver, white, yellow
Dimensions: 50 x 50 x 35/61 cm
Type of socket: E14
Electricity connection: Mains power
Country of origin: Italy
Lamp condition: very good, in original state with minor traces of age. There is a minor damage to the plastic on one of the arms (see photo). However, this is barely visible when the lamp is hanging.
Product name: Sciolari chandelier opaline globes
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