A wonderful interpretation of the midcentury iconic three-arm chandelier. Made by a lab specialized in midcentury restoration. Owner is a collector himself and fine connoisseur of the period. This chandelier takes it’s inspiration from the triennale Arredoluce floor lamp commonly attributed to Angelo Lelli but a cluster of specialists are more incline to be a Vittoriano Viganò design. There are also reminiscences of Sarfatti’s works and Giuseppe Ostuni, with the use of primary colors on the shades.
Everything is done with a passion for details and materials. The finish and the appearance is the same of the originals that are now extremely difficult to find in good conditions.
Shades: Each shade is 11in;/27.5cm and carries two bulbs, a candelabra socket on the smaller upper cone and a regular socket on the larger lower dome shaped shade. Shade have adjustable head so that the higher Lumen output can be directed to the desired area and the opposite would have ambiance light. Shades are made in spun aluminum with the typical line of small holes. Enameled with the colors of the 1950s palette. Ivory white inside.
Arms and body: Made in natural solid brass and hand patinated. Each arm has counter-weight in the same color of the opposite shade.
Important: A person familiar with the construction and operation of the product must install this fixture.
This chandelier is current production made to order. Please write me for any special size requirement.
Lenght of stem. Type of bulbs. Color within the shown one. \nExamples: All red. Two tones ivory/red. All yellow and so on.
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It will take 2-3 weeks to make this piece
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H 33.47 in. x Dm 55.12 in.
H 85 cm x Dm 140 cm
55.12 in. (140 cm)