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Purple snake skin pattern glass pendant light by Herda 1970

Purple snake skin pattern glass pendant light by Herda 1970

Regular price $293.00 USD
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This stunning piece of Dutch craftsmanship by the firm Herda is made around 1970. The lamp is made from opaline glass and has a snake skin pattern and when on the purple color lits up amazingly.


DIMENSIONS

Height: 24cm
Diameter: 18cm
Cord length: 100cm

PRODUCT DETAILS

Condition: Mint - small signs of use on the chrome top
Material: Opaline glass
Fitting: E27
Including light bulb and ceiling cap

Period of production: 1970
Country of origin: The Netherlands 

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