Production time: 2/3 Weeks
Glo-Ball Pendant Light
Price starting from € 230,00*Production time: 2/3 Weeks
*Price valid for the Mini Version in ø 11,2 cm with shade in opaline glass – bulb excluded (cod. F4195009).
A suspension lamp with simple and perfectly balanced features, where the great protagonist is absolute elegance. The diffuser is in hand-blown, cased opal glass with an external acid-etched finish. The diffuser support is in injection-molded transparent polycarbonate. This bright piece of furniture fits perfectly in any room of the house, but it can also have uses in more open and public spaces. Available in different models, it is the perfect element for those who want to furnish with style and sobriety.
Ø 11,2 x H.8,5 cm
Available also in ø 33 x H.27 cm and ø 45 x H.36 cm
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Each product is tailor-made for the personal taste and indications of the customer in a customized finish and that is why the production time may vary according to the chosen product.
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