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Parolona Italian Blown Glass Blue Floor Lamp by Gae Aulenti Beveled crystal 1975

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    Gae Aulenti  Table lamp model “Poveglia” Manufactured by Vistosi Italy, 1969 Blown glass Measurements 38 cm diameter x 29 cm height 15 in diameter x 11.5 in height Deta...
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