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Riva Light

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Ken Miller
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Riva Light

Post by Ken Miller » Wed Aug 11, 2010 6:06 pm

I'm looking for a (vintage)Riva bow light/mast to use as an accent/night light on the desk in my office, which my wife says already has enough useless priceless memorabilia. Don, anyone--can you direct me to where I might get one of these without sacrificing an arm and a leg?

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Post by Don Ayers » Sat Sep 11, 2010 7:38 pm

ken;

Somehow I missed your post. The only way I know for you to get such and item is to buy a reproduction. It is most likely going to be more money than you want to spend. Doubtful you will find one at a swap met.


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Post by tritone_179 » Wed Nov 03, 2010 12:58 pm

You are right, Don.
You can by a reproduction from MarinaRiva or Morisini.
Both comanies/shops are situated in Sarnico, Italy.
Remember to also order the plastic covers for the lights, Ken.. :)

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