LP 6 wall lamp for Azucena
This wall lamp was designed in the 1950s by the famous Italian architect and designer Ignazio Gardella, and manufactured by Azucena, the company he had founded together with Luigi Caccia Dominioni and Corrado Corradi Dell'Acqua.
This specimen is from 1960 was installed, together with other two lamps that are already sold, in a mansion near Como which interiors were designed by Ico Parisi, another of the most prominent Italian designers at the time.
This lamps usually have a glass upper shade, but where we retreived them they were mounted without them. The owner confirmed they never had it, possibly so they could shine a brighter light.
The lamp remains in good vintage condition, with minor wear and oxidation. It is stamped "Azucena" on the back plat
PRICE: 300 EUR
Also available for rent
Italy, circa 1960.
Burnished brass, metallic gray aluminum, pressed glass. Stamped "Azucena" on each backplate.
Good vintage conditions.
(H x W x D):
20 x 18,5 x 21 cm
- Azucena production catalogue
mansion in Capiago Intimiano.
This lamps usually have a glass upper shade, but where we retreived them they were mounted without them.
Condition report: glasses are intact. Backplate have minor wear and oxidation consistent with age and use, the aluminum bodies have wear consistent with age and use, one has a small dent on the aluminum body. All are marked on the backplate.
2 lamps have period wiring, one has been rewired by the previous owner.