Angelo Lelli model no. 12712 lamps for Arredoluce, ca. 1958
Rare and impressive pair of model no. 12712 lamps by Angelo Lelli for Arredoluce, Italy circa 1958. Very well made lamps out nickel-plated brass, painted brass and an acrylic diffuser. The lamps make quite an impression due to it's size and radical design. Originally designed as ceiling lamps but they can be used as stunning wall lamps. The thin metal rods give the lamps a very distinguished look, the trapezium shaped feet accentuate this even more. The set is in a fully original condition, a is gently cleaned and the seven lamp fittings have been rewired for its safety. The lamps provide a very nice and soft balanced light due to the high amount of light fittings and opal diffuser. Registered in the Arredoluce Archives and a certificate of authenticity is available for both lamps. The lamps are in an excellent original condition with a perfect patina.
Literature: Anty Pansera, Alessandro Padoan, Alessandro Palmaghini, Arredoluce. Catalogo ragionato 1943-1987, Silvana Editoriale, Cinisello Balsamo, 2018, p. 205 (cat. 225)