Pair multicolored Visor sconces, designed by Vittoriano Vigano for Arteluce in 1950. This famous pair wall lamps was made by Arteluce which was the best of the best light distributor at the days. Competeting with Arredoluce, Stilnovo, Stillux. Arteluce was directed by Gino Sarfatti who did most of the designs together with Vigano. Most items were very low productions and hand crafted lamps. These lamps have very nice organic visor shaped white and red original shades and these are the first Italian productions with the brass wall plates using a very elegant adjusting point. These lamps are in fantastic condition as can be seen on the pictures. These lamps are and identical pair. Would look great in a mid century modern design interior, home or office!
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