Sergio Mazza 'Tetraclio' Chandeliers for Artemide, 1960s.
Designed in 1961 and executed in nickeled brass and pressed opaline glass Professionally rewired for US electrical. Accommodates 8x standard e26 60W max bulbs.
Price is per item. Three lamps available.
Born in Italy in 1931, Sergio Mazza created numerous iconic designs for Artemide throughout the 1960s, from a range of lighting to fiberglass molded seating and other home furnishings which due to their limited production runs have become highly collectible with their clean lines and intuitive utility.
Professionally rewired for US electrical. Not UL listed, but recommended UL listing possible from authorized 3rd party vendor upon request for an additional fee. Wear consistent with age and use with scuffs, scratches, and varying degrees of patina noted only for accuracy. Lamp stem is an able telescope to a maximum length of 38 inches, but would need to be rewired.
Sergio Mazza 'Tetraclio' Chandelier for Artemide, 1960s
CREATOR: Artemide (Maker), Sergio Mazza (Maker)
DIMENSIONS: Height: 30 in. (76.2 cm), Diameter: 28 in. (71.12 cm)
STYLE: Mid-Century Modern (Of the Period)
MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES: Brass, Nickel, Opaline Glass, Pressed
PLACE OF ORIGIN: Italy
DATE OF MANUFACTURE: circa 1960s
CONDITION: Good Rewired. Professionally rewired for US electrical and accommodates 3x 60-watt max LED bulbs. Not UL listed, but recommended UL listing possible from authorized 3rd party vendor upon request for an additional fee. Please contact dealer to facilitate. Wear consistent with age and use. See listing description for more details.