Pair of wall lamps model 237/3 designed by Gino Sarfatti, manufactured by Arteluce, Italy 1959. This pair of wall lamps are an iconic and famous design by Sarfatti. There are many different versions and editions of this model. This is for the smallest sized globes on a nice triple armed frame. The frames are black lacquered and have transparent globes for a very nice light effect. The lights are in fantastic original condition with only very minimal wear due to age and minimal usage. The lamps are marked with the Arteluce sticker at the back of the frames. This lamp uses 3 E14 bulbs up to 40 watt each.
All our lights are checked, cleaned and are suitable for use in the USA.
Important literature: Gino Sarfatti 1938-1973 selected works, page 414
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