Rare red and first edition from this impressive large wall lamp Mod No.265 designed by Paolo Rizzatto for Arteluce in 1973. This is for the first edition with the original old Arteluce Milano sticker on the inside of the shade. First this was produced by Arteluce under supervision of Sarfatti, than after Sarfatti left Arteluce became a mass production company and nowadays it’s produced by Flos. This lamp is in rare red and in good original condition, the lamp has some paint loss which is normal due to age. The lamp is in good working order and can be adjusted in any wanted position, the arm and the wall arm can move. This lamp has a large size which makes this a very cool lamp for many uses. Hard to find in this early edition and condition.
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