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Great size trophy shaped brass table lamp by Enco from the 1960s Sweden.
Designed by De Pas D'Urbino Lomazzi for Stilnovo in 1971. This couple come from 70s.
Mod. Orleans dome table lamp, lightly-smoked violet perspex domed shade. Stilux, Milano Italy, 1955
Great Hollywood regency bamboo table lamp RCM 1867 Ravarini Castoldi, Italy, 1970s
Brutalist copper table lamp with a rectangular shape by designer Aimo Tukianinen - Finland 1960
Space age black spherical table lamp with patinated glass. Italy, 1970s Lacquered Metal, Patinated glass, chromed aluminum
Colorful set of three acrylic pendant lights by Bent Karlby for A. Schrøder Kemi 1970s. Lovely together or as single lamps.....
Midcentury pair of ceiling -and windowlamp pendants from the 1960s with black cylinder base and golden glass shades.
Italian pair of curved teak and glass wall lights by Goffredo Reggiani for Reggiani Illuminazione in the 1960s.
A space age set of four chromed steel and heavy smoked glass wall sconces made in Italy in the Seventies by Lupi Cristal Luxor. They are in perfect conditions, they work both 110-240 volts and need regular e14 bulbs.
Pair of brass table lamps from EM Eskilstuna from the 1960s Sweden with brass body on a releiffed glass and brass base.
Swedish Ceramic table lamps made by Nila Keramik 1970s with a bottle shaped design and dark brown earth colors.
An original venini chandelier made in Murano in the Seventies, all the white and amber glasses are in perfect conditions, the chromed metal structure of the chandelier has normal signs of age. It's in working order, it works 110-240 volts...
Four stylish brass, painted black aluminum and white opaline glass wall sconces made in Italy in the Sixties. They are in perfect working order, checked by our electrician. They work both 110-240 volts and need three regular e14 bulbs for...
Large vintage chrome wall or ceiling lamp, model R 272, designed by Stanislav Indra for Lidokov Boskovice in the 1970s. Czechoslovakia.
Large bell-shaped brass pendant lamp made in the 1950s, Czechoslovakia.
Space Age Murano glass table lamp. Designed by Carlo Nason, AV Mazzega, Italy 1970s
Rare Danish Space Age both table and ceiling lamp 1970s by Bent Karlby. The lamp consists of two removable acrylic parts in orange and white colors.
A stunning Poliarte wall sconce, totally hand-crafted in Italy in the Seventies. The sculptured murano glass pieces are in perfect conditions, the original back part it's in good conditions. It's an iconic masterpiece of Albano Poli.
Set of four high quality solid brass wall sconces designed and manufactured in Italy in the Sixties by Bruno Chiarini. They are marked on the back part, they work 110-240 volts and need regular e14 bulbs.
An amazing table lamp designed and manufactured by George Kovacs, high quality components, it has been checked by an electrician, the solid enameled brass it's in very good conditions.
Special edition Patricia Chandelier of polished brass gold colored glassdomes by Hans-Agne Jakobsson, Sweden 1950s.
Colorful stoneware table lamps with iceblue and white decorated patterns and a lovely earthbrown base color, Tilgman Keramik 1960s
Postmodern reticulated Table lamp in the manner of J.Hoffman’s Bieffeplast designs Italy 1980s
Postmodern reticulated Floor / Table lamp in the manner of J.Hoffman’s Bieffeplast designs Italy 1980s Pop Art/ Cartoon style
Metal and brass tablelamp with lovely design and brass details from Solberg Industrier 1950`s, Norway.
Great Swirl Murano glass spherical table lamp Italy late 1960s
A couple of Space Age Murano glass table lamps. Designed by Carlo Nason, AV Mazzega, Italy 1970s
Red desklamp by ASEA Belysning, Sweden 1950s with a brass stem and metal shade adjustable in all directions.
Space Age tablelamp from the 1970s Scandinavia with a globe consisting of two removable acrylic parts. One orange and one white half circle.
Stoneware tablelamp of speckled brown and black glazed ceramic by Carl Harry Stålhane for Rörstrand, Sweden 1960s. Mix colors of brown and black glaze with different motives on the sides.
Four iconic brass three lights wall sconces designed by Gaetano Sciolari, manufactured in Italy in the Seventies, brass it's in original patina, they work both 110-240 volts and need three regular e14 bulbs for each sconce.
A pair of brass and rostrato murano glass wall sconces in the manner of Barovier, they work 110-240 volts and need regular e27 bulbs. Electric parts have been rewired. The glasses are in perfect conditions, the brass it's in original...
An amazing three lights chandelier made in Italy in the Sixties by Stilnovo, it works 110-240 volts and needs regular bulbs. Brass it's in orignal patina, the white opaline glass diffusors are in perfect conditions.
A big brass and frosted white opaline glass Mid-Century Modern chandelier, due to bad conditions, brass it has been cleaned, white ivory metal it's in original conditions. The glass diffusors are in perfect conditions. It works both 110-240 volts and...
Two amazing brass, teak and white glass wall sconces made in Italy in the Sixties, high quality brass parts, extremely rare glasses and lovely teak shape gives them a superb look. Their large size also gives the function of furnishing...
Set of six iconic Targetti Sankey wall sconces, all of them have original wall support, black wood, brass and glasse are in perfect conditions, they operate at both 110-240 volts and need two regular e14bulbs for each sconce. They are...
Beautiful Mid-Century adjustable teak articulating wall lamp, made by the famous Czech manufacturer ÚLUV (Ústředí lidové umělecké výroby) in the 1960s in Czechoslovakia.
1970s Gorgeous Chandelier from Veca in Murano Smoked Glass. Made in Italy
Red metal desk lamp from the 1950s by Svend Aage Holm Sørensen - Asea, Sweden. Coneshaped and adjustable in different directions,
Rare WAS Benson table lamp with vaseline glass shade by J.Powell.
This Wall light is a bold statement piece from the 1970’s. It is believed to be designed by the renown glass designer Jaroslav Bejvl (1941 - 2016).