Granada LP 6/294 Wall lamp frame chrome and hand-blown crystal glass 42W GZ10
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Wall lamp. Material: Hand-blown crystal glass with metal finish in copper, golden and chrome or varnished version in olive green, dove grey, white and orange. BULB: 1x42W GZ10.
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