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Mid-Century Lantern with Semi-Frosted Glass and Gilt Details by Lumi, Italy

£1,150.00

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Mid-20th century Italian lantern in neo-classical style, with a frame of gilt metal with semi-frosted glass shade. Made by Lumi of Italy (labelled).

The fixture comprises a lantern of thick semi-frosted glass, with figured metal frame. The frame is finished in a rich gold tone. Overall good vintage condition, with age-appropriate signs of wear to the gold finish throughout and minor flaws in the glass. See images for examples and overview; images are taken in natural light. "Lumi, Milano" label in place.

New wiring will be required and we recommend the light is rewired close to installation as the piece will be dismantled for shipping.

Dimensions:
Overall height as shown*: 100cm
Overall height excluding stem and canopy: 58cm
Visible glass height: 25cm
Diameter at widest part: 28cm
Diameter of base: 16cm.

* The exact drop will depend on the size and nature of your ceiling fixing. The stem could be cut and re-threaded by your electrician for a shorter drop, or replaced with a chain (not supplied) as suits your project.

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