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HEIGHT: 23.5 in (60 cm) DIAMETER: 17 in. (43 Cm)
Metal, Murano Glass
Mid 20th Century
A vintage 1950's chandelier composed of a black and red enameled metal body with clear glass faceted bead accents and floral detailing. Made in the United States.
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A vintage five-tier chandelier by Venini with clear textured glass diffusers suspended from a metal frame. Good vintage condition with age appropriate wear; some yellowing
Hollywood Regency 1960s eight-arm chandelier, featuring pineapple on gilt tole leaves
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Italian 1970s Venini Murano glass chandelier, with ‘quatro punta’ and crystal ball prisms.
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1970s Italian modern style chandelier, featuring eight curved and textured Murano glass panels.
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A mid-20th century “Spider” brass flush mount chandelier, designed in the Stilnovo style, Germany c. 1950’s, with red enamel shades.
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Pair of giltwood consoles from the 19th century in the style of Louis XV. Includes custom marble tops in deep red.
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Arne Jacobsen Swan Chairs designed by Fritz Hansen for Knoll upholstered in bright pink.
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