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Spectacular Giant Sputnik Ceiling Lamp with 132 Bulbs, Brass, Lucite and Metal, 1950s


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Reference number: #50334

Extraordinary and very large impressive “Sputnik ceiling lamp” from the 1950s. Built to order for a large ballroom in Frankfurt, Germany. There are 132 sockets for E27 light bulbs. 108 light bulbs are used in the sockets on the rings, 24 light bulbs in the interior. E27 bulbs or LEDs can be used. We have used 132 bulbs with 25 watts each for taking the digital image. 2 levels made of brass, lacquered metal and glass-like plastic. The middle pedestal is made of white glassy plastic with transparent small round windows of Lucite panes of different sizes. Ideal for a banqueting hall, a hotel, an entrance hall or the reception room of a large house. It is in an overall good original condition. The lamp should be installed by an experienced electrician and at least 3 helpers. The weight is app. 130 kilos. Dimensions: Total diameter 302 cm (upper ring) Lower ring: 195 cm Total height 100 cm Diameter Lucite 93 cm, Lucite height 46 cm. Weight app.130 kilos. For the suspension you will require four firmly anchored ceiling brackets and a sufficient power supply corresponding to such a lamp. It is possible to use different circuits to illuminate the rings or the interior separately or all together.

Weight130 kg
Dimensions302 × 302 × 100 cm

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Location of itemGermany

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