A table lamp designed and manufactured in Italy in the Fifties, it’s in working order, brass in original patina, good conditions overall, only a line on the original glass. This 1950s Mid-Century Modern brass and green fabric table lamp model 338 is a vintage lighting fixture that was designed by Italian designer Oscar Torlasco in the mid-20th century. It features a sleek brass base covered by a green fabric and a brass shade, was designed to provide both functional lighting and an elegant decorative element for modern homes. Mid-Century Modern design was characterized by its clean lines, simple forms, and use of modern materials such as brass. Torlasco was one of the leading designers of this movement, and his lamps are highly sought after for their quality and unique aesthetic. Today, a 1950s Mid-Century Modern brass and fabric table lamp model 338 by Oscar Torlasco would be considered a valuable collector’s item, and would likely be sought after by fans of Mid-Century Modern design and vintage lighting. Depending on its condition, rarity, and provenance, such a lamp could fetch a significant price at auction or in a private sale.
|Dimensions||44 × 44 × 49 cm|
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