Set of 2 early LP 12 “Galleria” wall lights for Azucena
Ignazio Gardella


Italy 1958. This two sconces were manufactured approximately in 1960.

Brass, painted brass and opaline glazed glass.
Excellent vintage conditions. Beautiful patina on brass, glasses in perfect conditions.
More pictures available on request.
Marked.

Dimensions (H x W x D):
50 x 70 x 43 cm / 19,7 x 27,5 x 43 x 16,9 in

References:
- Azucena production catalogue
- Domus n. 353 (April 1959)
- G. Gramigna, "Repertorio del design italiano per l'arredamento domestico. 1950- 2000", Allemandi, 2003

Info

Provenance: this lamps were located in a villa in Pavia, a city near Milan, owned by a builder that had designed many of the modernist mansions in that area. He was a personal friend of Caccia Dominioni, founder of Azucena, and this sconces (toghether with the pair of "Bidone") were supplied by Dominioni himself.

More pictures available on request. The last 3 pictures refer to the second sconce.

We preferred to keep the patina on brass as a proof of their age and authenticity, but of course they could be easily polished.