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HEIGHT: 14in (36cm) WIDTH: 10in (25cm) DEPTH: 7.5in (19cm)
Achille & Pier Giacomo Castiglioni
Mid 20th Century
An alabaster shade tops this French Art Deco style iron torchiere lamp in the manner of Edgar Brandt. The body is made of textured iron with sculpted rose and swirl motifs throughout. It is in good vintage condition consistent with age and use.
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