1960 / Original
€ 24.100 / USD 28.117
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Designed in 1963 by Hans Harald Rath, "Exploding Stars" were made as a present from the Austrian people to the USA out of gratitude for rescuing Austria from the Nazi-regime for the new Metropolitan Opera House New York in 1966. Designed and executed by J & L Lobmeyr Vienna, in an unconventional, striking method of construction. Prescription and illustration are to find in an article of Ingrid Müller, Leuchten in der Metropolitan Opera, New York, Lichttechnik 1/1967, Berlin
brass, Svarovsky and hand-cut Crystal, finish nickel
|Height:||50 cm (19.69 inch)|
|Ø:||66 cm (25.98 inch)|
|Weight:||9 kg (4.09 lb)|
|Sockets:||13 x Edison screw sockets E12/E14 for incandescent or LED|
Energy Efficiency Class
Bulbs with energy efficiency class A++ to E can be used for this lamp.
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