Fantastic pair of table/wall lamps model 540P designed by Gino Sarfatti and manufactured by Arteluce, Italy 1968. These table lamps have a plexiglass base and white painted aluminum shade with die cut dot pattern on the shade. The lamps can also be used as wall lamps because of the hole that is in the bottom of the base. The lamps are in excellent original condition, work perfectly and also have the original Arteluce sticker on the inside of the shade. Give very nice light when lit and these are very hard to find in a pair.
All our lights are checked, cleaned and are suitable for use in the USA. These table lamps would only need a new plug or holiday converter to use in the USA.
Important literature: Gino Sarfatti 1938-1973 selected works, page 427
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