Stunning pair of glass sconces designed by Carlo Nason and manufactured by A.V. Mazzega Murano, Italy 1970. These large wall lamps have a very nice ice cube folded shape and are made of glass that looks like ice with a greenish/blue middle part, difficult to define colour. The sides are transparent/frosted. They give very nice warm light when lit and are in excellent condition. The lamps use 2x E14 bulb up to 60 watt each. The lamps are easy to wall hang and can be hard wired. Very nice large pair of wall lamps, priced and sold in a set of 2, we have 2 sets available (4 lamps total).
All our lights are checked, cleaned and are suitable for use in the USA. For US usage you would only have to change the plug or get a holiday converter if needed.
Holland / Belgium:
50 - 75
125 - 200
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