Arredoluce Triennale floor lamp Angelo Lelli, Italy 1947

Arredoluce Triennale floor lamp Angelo Lelli, Italy 1947Arredoluce Triennale floor lamp Angelo Lelli, Italy 1947Arredoluce Triennale floor lamp Angelo Lelli, Italy 1947Arredoluce Triennale floor lamp Angelo Lelli, Italy 1947Arredoluce Triennale floor lamp Angelo Lelli, Italy 1947Arredoluce Triennale floor lamp Angelo Lelli, Italy 1947Arredoluce Triennale floor lamp Angelo Lelli, Italy 1947Arredoluce Triennale floor lamp Angelo Lelli, Italy 1947Arredoluce Triennale floor lamp Angelo Lelli, Italy 1947Arredoluce Triennale floor lamp Angelo Lelli, Italy 1947
Height: 180 cm
Width: 115 cm
Depth: 105 cm
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Price:  7500 Euro / 8527 Dollar
This iconic floor lamp, Model 12128 was designed by Angelo Lelli and manufactured by Arredoluce, Italy 1947. This lamp was a symbol of the 1950s, it was one of the fixtures that most inspired contemporary products that were teeming with imitations. It was designed in the wake of Lelli’s technical experience. This lamp was presented during the VIII Milan Triennale in 1947 and it represented the archetype of Italian lamps for a few decades.

This lamp has a solid brass tripod base with 3 arms, and it has off white lacquered shades and counter weights. The lamp is signed Arredoluce on the bas as well on the on/off switch. The lamp is in very good original condition and has a nice patina from age and usage.

Important literature: Arredoluce, catalogo ragionato 1943 – 1987 catalogue Raisonné, page 48 / 115.