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Mod 2097 mid century chandelier


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Since 1958, this iconic Gino Sarfatti design has served as an ultra-modern representation of the traditional mid-century chandelier. Every detail of this state-of-the-art ceiling light is exceptional, from the mirror-polish finish of its main steel structure to the way each bulb is fitted with its own horizontal arm and the graceful wiring meanders down the stem.

The 2097 Chandelier holds 30 to 50 incandescent bulbs, emitting indirect light. It features a ceiling fitting and includes a suspension cable.

The Gino Sarfatti Mod. 2097 chandelier is available in brass/chrome plating and has two models:
- 2097/30 (30 x 15W E14 clear bulb incandescent, 28" x 35")
- 2097/50 (50 x 15W E14 clear bulb incandescent, 34.6" x 39.7")

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  • Installation Pdf

    2097 30-50.pdf

  • Mounting

    Ceiling Pendant

  • Lamp (Bulb) Description

    50 x 15W E14 Clear Ball Incandescent (Included) 30 x 15W E14 Clear Ball Incandescent (Included)

  • Environment

    Indoor - Dry Location

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  • Dimmable

    Yes (Dimmer not included)

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  • Cord Length / Color

    96" - Black (Cord length can be shortened during installation)

  • Construction Material

    Brass and steel

  • Weight (lbs)

    20.2 lbs 11.2 lbs

  • Finish

    Chrome Brass

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  • Dimensional Image

    2097-50-AU150059-diagram.jpg 2097-30-AU140059-diagram.jpg

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    2097-50-diagram50.jpg 2097-30-diagram30.jpg

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    From legendary designer Gino Sarfatti, this stunning ceiling light is an ultra-modern twist on the traditional.

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Inspiration behind the design:

Renowned for his contribution to the modern architectural movement in lighting, creator Gino Sarfatti designed the 2097 in accordance with his legendary utilitarianism and overall desire to create humble yet powerful pieces.