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VINTAGE nihil novi
Midcentury Elio Martinelli Chandelier
$1,699.00
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CARE N/A
COLOR silver/white
CONDITION Very Good; light wear
DIMENSIONS 18" W x 31" H
ERA Vintage
MADE IN Italy
MADE OF steel/Lucite
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 03 - Jul 06
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
Italian born Domenica Grande grew up with the beauty of decors that mix and match pieces and esthetics of different eras. As an interior designer, she carried on that tradition while working on projects in stately Roman villas. Now in Miami, Grande is the owner of Nihil Novi, Latin for "nothing new," and is known for incorporating vintage objects and furnishings into contemporary interiors.
Why we love this
Midcentury chandelier designed by Elio Martinelli. Made of brushed stainless steel with a white Lucite cover for the three lights. Wired and in working condition; the sockets take standard 45W bulbs. Light wear.
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