Putzler wall lights a pair in sculptural glass on a highly polished chrome frame, 1970`s ca, German. Thoroughly cleaned respecting the vintage patina; newly rewired, in full working order & ready to install. Light bulbs included. The simple design, futuristic materials & lunar textures makes these wall lights statement pieces. The bold design is also discreet with the clear glass & chrome blending into the surrounding decor. These wall lights would complement a range of decor schemes such as Art Deco, Modernist, Pop, Post-Modern, 70`s Glamour or Contemporary. This Modernist design is focused on the stunning piece of textured square glass; dimpled in the centre & scalloped along the edges. The glass continues curving round the side & back to finish the frame. When illuminated the base glistens silver and casts interesting reflections. This design could also be installed as flush ceiling lights. Structurally the glass is screwed on to a metal base. The base consists of a white metal bracket which attaches to the wall. Covering this bracket is a polished chrome metal cover and then the glass shade. The metal bracket is screwed to the wall through 2 holes in the back. Each light takes 1 big screw standard (E27) light bulb up to 100 Watts. Presently fitted with a Crown Silver light bulb as photographed. These light bulbs are included in this price. This type of bulb is easy to find on the internet or most electrical shops. Alternatively other bulb shapes could be used for a different effect. The original maker`s label is still attached as photographed. These wall lights are in excellent condition with only a couple of marks on the chrome metal base. Packing is offered free of charge. For safe transport the glass pieces will be removed and individually wrapped in card & bubble wrap. The metal frames will be wrapped similarly. These items will easily fit into a box perfect for posting. These wall lights sell together and this price is for the pair.Putzler Lighting History - Peill & Putzler was a merger of two prominent German glass makers. Read the full history on our Roomscape Blog about Putzler Lighting.