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Certosa Table Lamp
Certosa Table Lamp Dimensions are in inches Certosa Table Lamp

Certosa Table Lamp

By Mazzega 1946
Product No: MZ084

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Manufacturer
Manufacturer Model number(s)
CERTAV01
Country of Manufacture
Italy
Style
Venetian
Color
Clear
Dimensions in inches and cm
Diameter 6.7" (17 cm) x Height 15.7" (40 cm)
Lamping
1 x E12 Max 40W
Socket type
E12
Lamping type
Incandescent
Material(s)
Metal, Fabric, Glass
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About Product
The Certosa Table Lamp by Mazzega 1946 is designed and made in Italy. The creative and unique design of models is developed by professionals of Mazzega, where the classics harmoniously coexist with modernity. The frame of the lamp is presented in polished chrome coating. For finishing products used glass mass, which, with the help of Venetian blown hand-made technicians of the professionals, take on delightful shapes with beautifully decorated surfaces.
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