Sate Floor Lamp ID: SATTEV01-43
Sate Floor Lamp 43 Floor & Table Lamps Mazzega1946

Sate Floor Lamp

By Mazzega1946

Sate Floor Lamp

By Mazzega1946


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SPEC #: AVM966785 | ID: SATTEV01-43

Sate Floor Lamp

SPEC #: AVM966785


The Sate Floor Lamp, designed by Antonio Ventimiglia, brings a decorative glam look to your interior space. Hand worked glass shapes are stacked through a rod attached to a marble base and topped with a hardback fabric shade. Available in hues of Amber with a Brown shade or hues of Clear with an Off White shade. On/Off switch is located on the lamp socket.

Available Options

Finish: Amber, Clear

Color: Brown, Off White


    • Finish: Amber
    • Color: Brown
    • Size: 15.7"W x 74.8"H
    • Dimmer: Not Included
    • Materials: Metal  Glass  Fabric  
    • Lamp Source: Incandescent
    • Bulb:
      1 x A19/Medium (E26)/100W/120V Incandescent
      Bulb not included
    • Total Wattage: 100 watts
    • Other Bulb Options:
      • Country of Origin: Italy
  • Warm Dim Compatible

    Warm Dim Compatible

  • Smart Home Compatible

    Smart Home Compatible

  • Specification Sheet / Technical Files

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    The roots of AVMazzega lie in the noble Venetian glassworking tradition; the firm was founded in 1946 by Gianni Bruno Mazzega in Murano, Italy. A land of furnaces, still known for its age old glassworking techniques.

    Today, under the guide of son Andrea Mazzega, without betraying its orgins, AVMazzega has revived and reinterpreted the Murano Italian lighting heritage with passion and tenacity, inviting international designers to take on the alchemies of sands, oxides and powders on the Murano island.

    The result is hand-worked glass lamps that walk the line of contemporary lighting and the Murano glass traditions.

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