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Arne Jacobsen designed the AJ Royal pendant lamp for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen in 1957.
Superb frosted glass pendant. This suspension designed in the 50s / 60s is simply beautiful. In an entrance or living room the charm of this model will work every time. The thick glass reminiscent of ice cubes is very original....
Two amazing wall sconces made in Italy in the 1970s attributed to Mazzega. They work 110-240 volts and need regular e27 bulbs. They are in perfect conditions.
Good original condition 5x60W, E27 Three pieces available
Swedish brass lamp from the 1960s with glass domes of small enclosed airbubbles
Made in Czechoslovakia by Elektroinstala Decin, 1970s, very good original condition, three bulbs E27, 220V
Scandinavian Vintage lamp made of metal and prismglasses or discs like a peacock feather - 1970s
Golden vintage and Swedish 1960s brutalist copper pendant lamp consisting of five pieces cylinder shaped lampshades suspended from a large cable cup on the top. Each shade has its own cable and they all gather in the copper cup on top...
Swedish Mid-century 1960s table lamp with brass and handblown amber color glass shade supported by a polished brass base.
Swedish vintage rectangular shaped lamps with walnut and glass sections 1960s
Large midcentury Ceiling Lamp with solid brushed brass stome and yellow colored glassdomes.
Scandinavian ceramic table lamp from around the 1960/70`s with a rustic shade of brown, beige and black.
A mid-century pair of beautiful Kosta crystalglass table lamps 1960s
Classic midcentury lamp with perfect brass perforated shade and frosted glass by Paavo Tynell
A cascading chandelier in the manner of Stilnovo made in Italy in the Seventies in perfect conditions. It works 110-240 volts and needs ten regular e14 bulbs.
Stylish Mid-Century Modern chandelier in the style of Stilnovo, six lights in perfect working order. It works with both 110 and 220 Volt and need regular e14 bulbs.
An Italian chandelier in the style of Stilnovo, good conditions overall, original glasses. It works with both 110 and 220 Volt.
This is one of the most iconic pieces of 1960’s Czech design. This piece perfectly embodies the elegance of the so-called Brussels Style, named after Expo 1958 in Brussels where Czechoslovakia won 13 prizes including one in the furniture category.
This Modernist floor lamp was designed by Robert Slezak and produced by The Slezak Company in the 1930s Czechoslovakia. The piece has got an elegant shape with a beautiful combination of walnut veneer and chrome steel.
Glass table lamp designed by Stepan Tabera for Czechoslovakian company OPP Jihlava in early 1970s. Two layers of glass – white inside and red outside. 220V, E27. Very good condition – no defects on glass
Space Age Chandelier Sputnik by Kamenicky Senov, 1970s 220V, 3xE27
Beautiful set of chandelier and wall lamp in Space Age style. Original very good condition. Made in Czechoslovakia in 1970s by Napako. 220V, E27. One more chandelier available for 590 euro.