1970s Angelo Lelli for Arredoluce floor lamp

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1970s Angelo Lelli for Arredoluce floor lamp

5,800.00

Amazing floor lamp designed by Angelo Lelli for his Italian lighting company, Arredoluce, circa 1970s. Three chromed-steel "eyeballs" are held by magnetic pedestals, allowing infinite configurations. This ingenious magnetic system was one of Lelli's greatest contributions to modern lighting design. Each fixture is individually controlled by a rotary switch on the lamp's enameled-steel stem. Heavy Carrara marble base. 78-3/4" h x 12-3/4" in diameter; each eyeball is approximately 5 inches in diameter. Excellent original condition; chrome is shiny with very minor superficial surface scratches; extremely minor spots of paint loss to stem.

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