Sciolari Chrome Wall Sconce, 1970s


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Simple wall sconce of three chrome tubes, unmarked but attributed to the Italian designer Gaetano Sciolari for Boulanger of Belgium. 1970s.

Nice heavy piece in good original condition; there are minor signs of wear to the chrome, including a light scratch on the front of the left tube, and other very faint scratches, as one might expect from age and use.

Please note the wiring is original and will need to be replaced, and we advise this is done in the country of install to ensure it meets your local needs and regulations; UK clients please contact us if you need assistance with this step. The back of the light has a small clip to slip over a bracket on your wall (not supplied) and the tubes each take one bulb of small screw fitting.


Width including connecting bars: 19cm (approx 7.5") or 12.5cm (approx 4.9") between the centres of the outer tubes.

Height, not including bulbs: 30cm (approx 11.8")

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