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Mid-Century Modern Set of Three Brass and White Glass Italian Wall Sconces, 1950


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Three Mid-Century Modern wall sconces made in Italy in the 1950s.
Brass and white glass in perfect conditions. They have also in the front a plastic part with a fake white marble effect.
As you can see on the picture, one of them has been perfectly cleaned, the other two are in original patina. They work 110-240 volts and need two regular e14 bulbs.


Weight5 kg
Dimensions20 × 11 × 38 cm
Location of itemItaly
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