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Large Gilded Brass and Crystal Glass Chandelier by Palwa, Germany, 1960s

9800,00

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Country of origin: Germany
Designer: Palme Ernst
Location of item : DE
Seller: Inside room

Fantastic chandelier of gilded brass and crystal glass by Palwa, Germany, 1960s. Measures: 67cm (26 in.) diameter, total height 60 cm. 15 x bulbs with an E 14 socket. Excellent condition. Worldwide shipping.

Weight20 kg
Dimensions67 × 67 × 60 cm
style-of-product

Mid-Century modern

period

1960 – 1969

color

Gold

materials

Lighting & Electrical

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  • Store Name: Inside room
  • Vendor: inside-room
  • Address: 2b Behringstr.
    63303 Frankfurt
    Germany

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