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A pair of K44 wall lamps in the mid-century modern style, produced by JBT Łomianki-Dąbrowa in Poland in the 1980s. Lamps designed by the designer duo K. Łaszkiewicz and W. Kościan.
Plafond, designed by J. Hurka, Napako, Czechoslovakia, 1960s
Golden brass table / desk lamp with marble base Italian manufacture, circa 1980
Pair of porcelain lamp samson of Paris louis philippe. It is a pair of vase baluster transformed into lamp. Very nice work of the samson factory. In perfect condition. As well as the lampshades. Louis Philippe style decoration. Height lamp...
suspension wall lamp by aloys ferdinand gangkofner for erco 1960
Beautiful chandelier Sputnik was designed by Czech designer Jaroslav Bejvl Sr. in 1978 for Czech glassworks Lustry N.P. Kamenický Šenov. It's in very good condition with patina on metal parts due to its age, visible on the pictures. Completely restored...
The shape and color of this table lamp is instantly recognisable as a 1960s design classic in Czech. It was designed by Stepan Tabera and produced by OPP Jihlava in Czechoslovakia. There were different versions and this particular one is...
A chromed metal and gilded aluminium sixteen lights sputnik chandelier. It’s in good conditions, it works 110-240 volts and needs 16 regular e14 bulbs.
A pair of wall lights in the style of Barovier & Toso in original patina, fully restored electrical parts. They work with both 110 and 220 Volts and need regular e27 bulb. Another set of two is available.
Midcentury tablelamp pair from Høvik Verk, Norway 1956 - with opaline glass and polished brass base. Trophy shaped body.
A pair of glass and brass wall sconces by gaetano Sciolari, good conditions overall, fully rewired, they work 110-240 volts and need regular e14 bulbs. Another pair is available.
An amazing three lights chandelier, the three striped glass are in perfect conditions. It has been manufactured in Italy in the Sixties, it works 110-240 volts and needs three regular e14 bulbs.
A Stilnovo desk lamp designed by De Pas – D’Urbino – Lomazzi. Cast iron counterweight, painted with blue navy paint. Chromed iron on the top. Blue painted aluminium lampshade, white painted inside. It works 110-240 volts and need a regular...
Midcentury black glass table lamp model by Carl Fagerlund for Orrefors Glass, Sweden 1960s. Inner black crystal glass core.
Vintage adjustable table lamp designed by Josef Hůrka for Lidokov, made in Czechoslovakia in the 60s. The lamp is in original condition, with patina regarding to its age. Was comletely cleaned and repaired and checked by the electrician.
This Modernist Chrome table lamp was produced by NAPAKO Company in the 1930’s but was originally designed by lighting engineer Miloslav Prokop for the Vorel Praha Company.
One pair of teak, glass and brass italian wall sconces in very good conditions, they work 110-240 volts and need regular e14 bulbs. They have been made in Italy in the Sixties.
A pair of wood, brass and smoked glass wall sconces made in Italy in the Seventies, they are in perfect conditions, probably never used, they work 110-240 voli and need regular bulbs.
Two transparent and white murano glass and metal wall sconces in perfect working order, they work 110-240 volts and need regular bulbs. The back part is in white painted metal, one fo them it’s labeled on the front murano glass...
An huge brass, green painted metal and glass oval chandelier made in Italy in the Fifties, it works 110-240 volts and needs regular e14 bulbs, brass in original patina give it a vibrant vintage look. It has been checked by...
Two plexiglass and brass wall sconces made in Italy in the Sixties by Paolo De poli, hand-painted under enamel copper it’s in perfect conditions, they work 110-240 volts and need regular e 14 bulb.
Two left and right wings wall sconces by Vistosi. Transparent and gold inside murano glass are in perfect conditions. they work 110-240 volts and need regular e14 bulbs.
A brass, teak and glass chandelier made in Italy in the Fifties. It’s in original conditions, it works 110-240 volts and needs regular e14 bulbs.
Vintage glass table lamp made by Osvětlovací Sklo Czechoslovakia in the 60s. The lamp is variable, could be used with or without red glass top. Restored and rewired, patina visible on the pictures.
This is a Modernist Wall light produced in 1930’s and is in it’s original condition. It’s a lovely reminder of the elegant times of the past but at the same time the light is still as modern and striking as...
Set of three industrial lights produced by Napako Lighting Company, Czechoslovakia in the 1970’s.