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Rare Italian Stilnovo Three-Arm Tripod Floor Lamp from the 1960’s

Rare Italian Stilnovo Three-Arm Tripod Floor Lamp from the 1960’s

15,000.00 ₪Price

A remarkably rare and gorgeous Italian Stilnovo Three-Arm Tripod Floor Lamp from the 1960’s.

Long solid brass tripod legs link to the central huge puck-like structure made of brass, from which three brass pedestals support the very long brass arms. The cone lamp shades are at the ends, the bases are black, and the heads are red, yellow, and sky blue.

Dimensions:

Tripod legs base - 64cm

Height - 150cm

Though Bruno Gatta founded Stilnovo way back in 1946, it is still one of the most instantly recognizable names in lighting. Gatta (1904–76) began his business in Milan, and, like many European creatives designing furniture and decor in the wake of World War II, he leaned toward the new wave of mass-market and streamlined styles. In fact, Stilnovo loosely translates to “new style” in Italian, and vintage Stilnovo chandeliers, floor lamps and other lighting have endured as a practical choice for those looking to bring innovative and forward-thinking design into their homes.

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