Murano Glass and Brass table Lamp by Carlo Nason, 1970s - SOLD
SOLD OUT - This item is no longer available.
- Designer - Carlo Nason
- Design Period - Seventies
- Measurements - Width 35 cm x Depth 35 cm x Height 40 cm
- Materials - Murano Glass, Brass
- Color - White, Gold
- Condition - Good
- Comments - Light wear consistent with age and use.
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