1980s Set of Two Modernist Black and White Glass and Chrome Italian Wall Sconces


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A pair of chromed metal and black and white glass rectangular sconces in perfect conditions. They work 110-240 volts and need regular bulbs. These sconces are a visually striking example of contemporary design from that era. These wall sconces embody the modernist aesthetic characterized by clean lines, geometric shapes, and a minimalist approach. The sconces feature rectangular frames made of chromed metal, which adds a sleek and reflective quality to the design. The chrome frame provides a contrasting backdrop to the black and white glass panels, creating a visually dynamic composition. The use of glass panels allows for the diffusion of light, adding to the overall ambiance of the sconces. The black and white glass panels showcase a striking color contrast that enhances the modernist appeal. This combination of colors adds depth and visual interest to the sconces, creating a captivating interplay between light and shadow. The rectangular shape of the sconces is indicative of the modernist design ethos, emphasizing simplicity and functionality. These wall sconces were likely designed to provide both ambient and directional lighting, serving as both a decorative element and a practical lighting solution. The craftsmanship of these Italian wall sconces is typically of high quality, reflecting the attention to detail and skill of the artisans who created them. The use of chrome, glass, and precise construction techniques contributes to their overall durability and longevity.Similar to: Arteluce (Manufacturer) Dimensions: Height: 11.42 in (29 cm)Width: 6.3 in (16 cm)Depth: 3.15 in (8 cm)

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