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Pendant Lamp "Quadrifoglio" by Gae Aulenti

Pendant Lamp "Quadrifoglio" by Gae Aulenti

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  • Height in cm: 46.0
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  • primary color: white
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Zustand: In good vintage condition Wear consistent with age and use

Italy 1970s This pendant lamp “Quadrifoglio” was designed by Gae Aulenti who was one of the most known Designers from Italy in the Mid-Century Modern era. It was produced by the Italian manufacturer Harvey Guzzini in the 70s. This one of a kind pendant lamp is made of chrome and white hard plastic with 4 chrome-plated metal curved rods and a chrome reflector below. This special design resembles the shape of a cloverleaf. Any type of light bulb can be used, but LED lights or white or frosted bulbs are preferred for the E14 bulbs inside the acrylic lampshade. Further a silver cupped light bulb below is recommended to spread the light in the chrome reflector. Place of Origin: Italy Period: 1970 – 1979 Date of Manufacture: circa 1970
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