8 June 2016
RON ARAD (B. 1951)
TWO ADJUSTABLE TWO-ARM 'TREE TOPS' FLOOR LAMPS, DESIGNED 1983-1984
for Barton, enameled steel and concrete
84 in. (203.4 cm.) high, the other 62 ¼ in. (58.1 cm.) high
each marked BARTON/MADE IN ENGLAND/MALL 8
Rago, Lambertville, 22-23 April 2006, lots 228 and 229.
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Fiell, C. and P. (eds.), 1000 Lights: 1960 to Present, vol. 2, Cologne, 2005, p. 338 for a similar model.
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