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Pair of Vintage Italian Sciolari Brass and Glass Square Lamps Italy circa 1970

Gosh we are just crazy about this pair of vintage Italian Sciolari lamps from Italy circa 1970! Look at the square brass bases that give the lamps their modern form. Suspended from each of the brass frames at the top are glass rods that swing free and make a delightful tinkling sound when moved. Inside the lamps and behind the glass rods are a pair of long slender LED bulbs while behind the shades there is a socket for a single bulb. The switch controls the bulbs and enables three different settings-the single light bulb, the pair of LED bulbs and all three bulbs together. The fragmented light that is visible when the long bulbs are lit is definitely jazzy. The bases are 7" square and the the lamps are 19" high to the base of the sockets. The dimensions listed include the custom black circular shades that are each lined with gold foil. These are dramatic lamps whether they are lit at night or seen during the day when light reflects off the glass rods.

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DIMENSIONS

16.00" w x 16.00" d x 29.00" h

40.64cm w x 40.64cm d x 73.66cm h

$3,282.00

Gosh we are just crazy about this pair of vintage Italian Sciolari lamps circa 1970! Look at the square brass bases that give the lamps their modern form. Suspended from each of the brass frames at the top are glass rods that swing free and make a delightful tinkling sound when moved. Inside the lamps and behind the glass rods are a pair of long slender LED bulbs while behind the shades there is a socket for a single bulb. The switch controls the bulbs and enables three different settings-the single light bulb, the pair of LED bulbs and all three bulbs together. The fragmented light that is visible when the long bulbs are lit is definitely jazzy. The bases are 7" square and the the lamps are 19" high to the base of the sockets. The dimensions listed include the custom black circular shades that are each lined with gold foil. These are dramatic lamps whether they are lit at night or seen during the day when light reflects off the glass rods.