Rare Robert Sonneman three-head floor lamp in chrome and white enamel, circa 1970s

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Rare Robert Sonneman three-head floor lamp in chrome and white enamel, circa 1970s

5,500.00

This rare and striking space-age floor lamp by American lighting designer Robert Sonneman features three white-enamel spherical shades that rotate and swivel to cast light in any direction. Each head controlled by its own switch powering a standard-base socket. Retains original "Sonneman" label. Overall 77" h x 31" in diameter; each ball is 7-1/2" in diameter; base is 12" in diameter; middle head is 66-1/2" h; lower head is 55" h. Excellent condition; new wiring and switched sockets; chrome is bright and shiny; enamel is in very good condition with minor wear; one shade has a small scratch, as shown in the eighth photo. This lamp is in our Brooklyn showroom.

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