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Very rare Table lamp, model 10606, designed by Sabine Charoy in 1981. The lamp consists of white lacquered enameled metal, plexiglass and a compact fluorescent (CFL) lamp. The lamp is part of the Edition ‘Verre Lumière’. Sabine Charoy was awarded...
This Krekel – Cricket – Lamp Model R-60 by Otto Wasch for RAAK was designed in 1962.
Fantastic chandelier from the 1970s, made of brass and glass. The chandelier stands out for its plain yet splendid design. The manufacturer is not known to us – because of the high quality of the piece, it might originate from...
Golden aluminium layered pendant lamp orange interior
Table lamp mod. 12297 designed by Angelo Lelii for Arredoluce , Italy, 1950’s Brass and lacquered aluminium. In excellent vintage condition Size: H 38cm. Bibl.: Domus November 1953, p.288 C. & P. Fiell, 1000 lights from 1878 to 1959, p.489,...
This cone shaped pendant lamp Headlight was designed by Ingo Maurer in 1968.
Particular Italian chandelier, opalescent, red and white glass. Chandelier has three lights, it’s in brass, probably the three with glass are not originals but they are perfect for this chandelier. It works with both 110 and 220 Volt.
H 106.68 cm x W 25.4 cm x D 20.32 cm Stunning Marianna von Allesch modern ceramic table lamp with original hand painted custom shade that continues the cubist color blocks of the body and mirrors the stripes of his...
Rare wall sconces by Esperia, made in the 1970s, chrome and polychrome Murano Glass. Perfect conditions, they work with 110-240 volts and need 4 regular e27 bulbs.
Nicely designed halogen floor lamp. Model Dihedron. Designed by Giovanni Grignani and produced by Lamperti Italy in 1986. For upright or downright light and with dimmer, very good condition and signed.
Rare Floor lamp “Leucht-Säule” by Otto Zapf, 1968. Aluminum tube with foot, brown lacquered, neon tube. Awarded with the Design Prize “Gute Form “. Good original condition. H 133 cm, DM 30,5 cm
These industrial metal studio lamps were manufactured by KAP in the 1950s.
This circular multi-colored glass wall lamp can be dated in the 1960s.
The French architect Jean BALLADUR (1924-2002) created the amazing project La Grande Motte. For this project he also designed the garden lamps in 1969.
This white TC2 lamp was designed by Aldo van den Nieuwelaar in 1969. The lamp was produced by Artimeta since 1972.
Arne Jacobsen designed the AJ Royal pendant lamp for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen in 1957. It was published by Louis Poulsen.
This elegant ceiling pendant was designed by Angelo Lelii for Arredoluce in 1947.
Sculptural wall or ceiling lamp from the 1970s, made in Germany by Leola. The design of this piece is often attributed to Gaetano Sciolari – we could not verify that. The luminaire is made of brass and has three...
Two wall sconces from the 1970s, manufacturer unknown. The lamps consist of brass and glass and are in a good and fully functional condition. Dimensions: width 36 cm x height 25 cm x depth 18 cm
These table lamps were designed in the 1960s by Hans-Agne Jakobsson and manufactured by AB Markaryd in Sweden. Painted white wooden bases with brass accents. Dimensions: height, 47 cm; diameter, 11 cm. Materials: wood, brass. New lampshades in grey.