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Astrom Wall Lamp - Black/ Brass

BY GALLA HOME

Astrom Wall Lamp - Black/ Brass

ITEM # 940517

Sale: $165

Retail:$279

41% Off

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Steel tubing frame

Brass ball joint

Adjusting-screws in brass

MADE IN AMERICA

Why we fancy this

This Rotating Sconce is inspired by popular classics from the mid-century period of design. It has thin steel tubing arms and an adjustable aluminum shade with a distinctive profile. Its sophisticated style will add depth and character to your space. Inspired by Serge Mouille.

This item is a mid-century reproduction inspired by serge mouille and is in no way affiliated with the designer or its original manufacturer.

Product Details

Dimensions:

overall
h 16.00"w 8.50"d 36.00"

Color:

black

Design Style:

mid-century

Origin:

america

Whats Not Included:

(1) e12 max 75 watt bulb

Shipping & Returns

Shipping:

Free Shipping Nationwide

Lead Time:

SHIPS WITHIN 3 TO 7 DAYS

Return Policy:

Returns accepted within 14 days of delivery.

Shipping Restrictions:

Due to shipping restrictions, we cannot ship this item outside contiguous United States.

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Inspired by serge mouille

Serge Mouille was an innovative French designer from the mid-century period. He is best known for his light fixture that feature a chic industrial style. He favored a minimalist approach to form, working primarily with black-painted metal. Often, his fixtures featured articulated arms, combining a slender appearance with a high degree of functionality.