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Caramel glass cilinder shaped pendant light from Germany, 1960

Caramel glass cilinder shaped pendant light from Germany, 1960

Regular price €195,00 EUR
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Very cool cilinder shaped opaline glass caramel colored pendant lamp with decorative vertical stripes in the glass. It's made in the 1960's and it has a very warm color. With its elegant shape it would be perfect for a hallway or toilet. 

It now has 70cm metal rod but can also be converted to a cable.  


Height: 23cm
Diameter: 15,5cm
Cord length: 70cm


Condition: Very good - small chips from the bottom, see photo's
Material: Opaline Glass
Fitting: E27
Including light bulb and ceiling cap

Period of production: 1960
Country of origin: Germany

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    Niels Verberne started in 2020, selling Alessi items through Catawiki. Within six months he put together single-seller-auctions. Soon after vintage lighting and 20th century furniture followed.

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