Two Celing Lamps from the late 1950s

I recently went 'shopping' to a couple of flats that hadn't been touched since the early 1960s and got quite a few lovely items, yay!

These two ceiling lamps were among the treasures I acquired: Made in brass with a nice patina, with glass shades and great Midcentury Modern lines, they only needed a general check-up and cleaning.

This first one has three arms in golden brass and black accents. I changed the original transparent rigged glass shades for three vintage tulip-shaped ones in deep green, but of course they can be swapped again if the future buyer prefers it the other way.

Measures: 90cm high, 50cm wide. Shades are 10cm high, 13cm in diameter.

This other one has five dark brass arms and also sports black details. The white frosted glass shades have a lovely 'truncated egg' shape and are also in mint condition.

Measures: 90cm high, 70cm wide. Shades are 12cm wide, 7cm in diameter.

Here on the right, a picture taken during the check-up of the wiring: everything top-notch!

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