We don't have the exact make and designer details, but we do know that this 1970s six-light modernist chandelier is an impressive piece of interior design.
It could be out of a '70s sci-fi movie to be honest, with a futuristic design that still looks ahead of the game today. Bought in France and said to be reminiscent of Italian designer Gaetano Sciolari it has two lozenge-like lights pointing down, with a further four horizontal, all supported by a crossing chrome tubes. The whole light hangs by a metal tube, which attaches to the ceiling.
Condition-wise, the glass globes have 'a few tiny nibbles around the rims' and one has a 'tiny crack' (see photo on main listing). For the age of the chandelier the chrome is 'in great condition' with 'only minimal signs of wear'.
£330 is the 'Buy It Now' price, but you can make a lower offer if you wish.
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