Vermont

Barovier&Toso

The crystal spheres are the dominant characteristic of Vermont collection that made its first appearance in the Veneziani catalogue more than a decade ago. Several different sizes are available (6, 9, 12 or 18 arms), including two wall sconce with 2 or 5 lights. Two colours in the range: gold and cr

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Specifications

General

Product Name
Vermont
Designer
Barovier&Toso
Manufacturer
Barovier&Toso

Product Type

Interior Lighting
Ceiling Lamps

Colours & Finishes

Available colours
crystal, gold
Shades
black, white
Finishing
polished chrome, galvanized gold (for gold glass colour only)

Catalogues

vermont_brochure.pdf
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The crystal spheres are the dominant characteristic of Vermont collection that made its first appearance in the Veneziani catalogue more than a decade ago. Several different sizes are available (6, 9, 12 or 18 arms), including two wall sconce with 2 or 5 lights. Two colours in the range: gold and crystal, the former with gilded metal finishing that are chromed in the latter.

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