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19th-C. Bronze Etruscan Candelabrum

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19th-C. Bronze Etruscan Candelabrum 19th-C. Bronze Etruscan Candelabrum 19th-C. Bronze Etruscan Candelabrum 19th-C. Bronze Etruscan Candelabrum 19th-C. Bronze Etruscan Candelabrum 19th-C. Bronze Etruscan Candelabrum 19th-C. Bronze Etruscan Candelabrum
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As described by Parke Interiors

Table lamp made with a late-19th-century candelabrum cast by De Angelis Fils from the mold of an original excavated from one of the Campanian cities buried by Vesuvius. The original is in the National Museum of Naples. The candelabrum was converted into a lamp without altering the bronze. Wired and in working condition. Purchased from a deacquisition sale at The Carnegie Museum in the 1970s. Shirred silk shade, 16"Dia x 10.5"H.

About the Seller

Parke Interiors
Parke Interiors

Parke Interiors Inc. has been an interior design studio for more than 50 years. We are based in Pittsburgh with an office in Palm Beach and specialize in fine period and 20th-century antique furniture, lighting and decorative arts.

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Product Information

Country of Origin:
Italy
Materials:
bronze/silk
Size:
9" L x 9" W x 33" H
Color/Finish:
braonze patina