LARGE WALL LAMP WITH 3 OPALINES MAISON LUNEL (1950)
Large wall lamp of the 50s edited by Maison Lunel. The structure in gilded brass, wood and black lacquered metal, supports three opaline globes that are fixed by a sliding system.
Length : 21.26 in / 54 cm
Height : 33.86 in / 86 cm
Width : 6.3 in / 16 cm
Weigth : 13.23 lb / 6 kg
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Categories: Twentieth century design, Wall lamps
Year of publication: 1950
Materials: Structure in gilded brass, wood and black lacquered metal supporting three opaline globes that are fixed by a sliding system
State: In very good condition, despite a small scale inside an opaline (visible in a photo)
Publisher: Maison Lunel
Publisher: Founded in the 50s, Maison Lunel is a French lighting publisher that has established itself as an essential reference in the field of lighting during the twentieth century. The quality of its products is the result of craftsmanship and great rigor in the selection of materials. The creations of the Maison Lunel, highly appreciated by collectors, are recognizable by their timeless elegance and great functionality.
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