Angelo Lelii (1911-1979) for Arredoluce
Rare ‘Stella a 12’ Chandelier in Acid-Etched Glass and Brass
Italy, circa 1959
Angelo Lelii (1911-1979) for Arredoluce
Rare ‘Stella a 12’ Chandelier in Acid-Etched Glass and Brass
Italy, circa 1959
55 h x 13 ¾ dia in (140 x 35 cm)

Angelo Lelli for Arredoluce rare spectacular original Stella a 12 chandelier with twelve acid-etched glass globe shades suspended from brass structure in a starburst shape and mount, Italy, circa 1959. Unlike most examples of this Stella light which are flush mounted to the ceiling, this very rare ceiling light was made with a drop stem. This rare ‘Stella a 12’ model consists of a polished brass structure with radiating arms at alternating lengths and the original acid-etched glass globe diffusers. It is truly a striking iconic design with clean architectural lines and a beautiful magical glow which uniquely and characteristically emanates from glass shades made of the acid-etched technique.
In very good condition and rewired to U.S. standards with UL listing and custom ceiling plate.

Provenance

Private estate in San Marino, Italy

Literature

Padoan and Palmaghini, Arredoluce Catalogue Raisonne: 1943-1987, Pansera, Silvana Editoriale, Milano, 2018, pp. 216, 221, and 325

Price: price upon request
Item #: ARR413
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