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Table lamp, (H 46CM) - Conical shape

In good working condition but in vintage condition, a beautiful and unique table lamp from the 1960s with a mint green conical lampshade with a black curved lamp base, probably from a French or Swiss manufacturer, for example by the French designer Jacques Biny for manufacturer Omnialux or manufacturer BAG Turgi Switzerland.

Note: Scratches, stains, dents and multiple paint damage. Also patina / oxidation on the brass and the metal lamp base, especially at the bottom, see the (close-up) photos carefully before bidding on this lot.

Dimensions: Height 46 cm. Lampshade height 23 cm x diameter 15 cm. Lamp base 17 cm x 17 cm.

Light source: E27 light bulb is not included in this lot.

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- Condition in accordance with the age and use, such as the usual signs of use.
- Take a good look at the photos for an accurate picture of the offered lot, the exact condition of the object.
- You buy the item in the condition as indicated in the photos and the sizes as indicated in the description.
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* Will be well packaged and sent by registered mail via PostNL Parcel Service, within and outside the Netherlands.

* Shipping to EU countries, not mainland such as Canary Islands, Balearic Islands, Sicily, Corsica, Madeira, Guiana, among others, will have to be checked.

* Also visit our Catawiki page https://www.catawiki.com/nl/u/143971-gph with other vintage and design lots.

Object (H 46CM), Table lamp
Material Aluminium, Brass, Metal
Model/ Name Conical shape
Estimated Period 1960-1969
Country of Origin France
Condition Good condition - used with small signs of ageing
Dimensions 46×15×0 cm
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