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Angelo Lelli ~ Arredoluce large smoked mirror lamp C.1970


Wonderful 1970s smoked mirrored lamp by Angelo Lelli for Arredoluce. Stamped to the base. This is a beautifully made lamp. Lots of weight to this beauty.

Black smoked mirror to all sides and the top with a brass bass. Takes two bulbs (supplied) rewired and pat tested. 

66cm to bulb holder 

24cm base width 

21cm body width 

Italian lighting manufacturer Arredoluce was an important proponent of postwar Italian lighting design and was founded by designer-entrepreneur Angelo Lelli (sometimes written Lelii). Lelli is thought to have established Arredoluce in 1947, the year after his lamp designs were included in the well-regarded
Domus magazine.

Although some sources state that Arredoluce existed as early as 1939, it is improbable that the company was able to manufacture during Italy's involvement in World War II, and most sources therefore agree that a postwar date of establishment is more likely.

In addition to owning Arredoluce, Lelli also designed prolifically for his company for many years, and his modernist aesthetic undoubtedly played a role in bringing Italian lighting design to the international stage in the 1950s and 1960s.

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Angelo Lelli ~ Arredoluce large smoked mirror lamp C.1970




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