Pair (2) of Christoph Palme (Plawa) Tear Drop Crystal Glass Droplet and Gilt Brass Sconces, 1970s Germany. This exceptional Mid-Century Modernist pair (2) of gilt brass sconces was designed by Christoph Palme Germany in the 1970s. They feature a gilded brass metal frame with layers of cascading crystal tear drops. The hand cuted faceted crystal glass strings and beads in tear drop shape with are with no cracks or chips, and iluminate in a fantastic optic.It has cascading layers of tear drops. Sconces are in a very good to perfect original vintage condition, minor wear consistent with age and use. H x 9.06 in. 25 cm H x 23 cm W x 20 cm D. BEAUTIFUL DESIGN FROM MID CENTURY MODERNISM.
PLEASE SEE PHOTOS OR ASK QUESTIONS IF ITS NOT CLEAR. THIS LIMITED AND EXCLUSIVE LIGHT IS A RARE FIND, THIS IS A PIECE THAT HOLDS ITS VALUE AND CAN BE PASSED DOWN THROUGH GENERATIONS AS IT IS DOING NOW. IT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, PLEASE SEE PHOTOS.The lights are fully function and each light socket is checked, 2 times E14 light bulbs up to 40Watt or lower, are needed for these lamps (not included). Please have a professional check and install the light at your home or business, for your own safety.
This exclusive European Masterpiece is a unique design that was crafted during a historical, fascinating period of art and design, architecture and life style. Again, making it a rare and valuable find. This item is described as seen in the photos and bought as is.
Works in every country, simply use your regional bulb system. See other chandeliers and lamps from mid century in my other auctions. Feel free to ask any question, thanks fro your interest. The item "Pair of Christoph Palme (Plawa) Tear Drop Crystal Glass Gilt Brass Sconces 1970s" is in sale since Tuesday, September 1, 2020.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Periods & Styles\Mid-Century Modernism". The seller is "eknoesnesnah" and is located in Berlin. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.