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1954 Extraordinarily Rare and Monumental Murano Glass Table Lamps by Dino Martens - a Pair

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Outstanding table lamps for a large scale environment. Rare and Monumental Murano glass table lamps by the renowned Mid Century Italian glass blower Dino Martens, 1954. These lamps are massive. New sockets and cords and new thick Lucite bases. These lamps are MUSEUM QUALITY and are correctly identified as: Dino Martens for Aureliano Toso, Mezza Filigrana, Orange & White Murano Glass Table Lamps with Copper Aventurine caning. The Copper Aventurine caning is above and below the orange color. MINT CONDITION. I purchased these lamps over 20 years ago from a warehouse in New Jersey that was selling new old Murano stock and they have been in my collection in secure storage ever since. Each lamp retains two Murano paper labels: 1. Rectangular Beige paper label: 418/3991, Made in Italy 2. Green oval label: Venetian Glass, Balboa, Handmade in Italy A pair of rare one-of-kind monumental lamps for the serious collector. Never seen before in this size and color. Additional Measurements: 36.5" H to top of socket 31.5"H to top of glass 8" Diameter of the widest portion of glass Lucite Base: 7.25" Diameter by 1.5"H

Product Specifications

Dimensions
Depth: 8.0
Width: 8.0
Height: 36.5

Vintage Specifications

Creator
Dino Martens
Condition
Excellent

Nearby Showrooms

Dering Hall

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