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An impressive lamp in the shape of brass horse head is supported by a refinished black wooden cube, with chinoiserie shade.
Two huge ceramic table lamps probably made in U.S.A. in the Seventies, they have been rewired, work 110-240 volts and need regular e27 bulbs, they don’t have lampshades.
A romantic pair of 1980s pink ceramic table lamps, in the Art Deco style. The ceramic glazed body has a ridged cross neck wrap, which leads to the light fixture. They would be a great addition to any room and...
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.
Adorable ceiling lamp with colorful domes by T. Røste & Co Norway 1950s. Metal domes in yellow, light blue and blue original lacquer and copper inner shades.
An amazing heavy white Murano glass chandelier in perfect conditions. It works 110-240 volts and needs regular e 14 bulbs. In the pictures the chandelier is not on.
An iconic chandelier designed by Gaetano Sciolari, glass rod, brass and chrome are in very good conditions, it works 110-240 volts and needs regular bulbs. It’s labeled Sciolari.
Two beautiful table lamps. Design by Tapio Wirkkala for Idman, Finland, 1960s. Petrol blue metal cylinder base comes with polished steel feet. Completely original. Shipping costs are free
Vintage glass table lamp made by Osvětlovací Sklo Valašské Meziříčí in the 70s. It's made from coloured glass. Small dimple on the top of the lampshade is a very interesting detail. Very good vintage condition, checked by electrician.
Unique pair of pine wall lamps designed by Gunnar Næss in 1969 and produced by Høvik Verk in the 1970s.
Swedish ceramic tablelamps by Nykirka Motala Keramik - 1960s with nice glazed surface and colormix of brown, red, and black.
Oak and brass tablelamp probably by Hans Bergström for ASEA Sweden 1950s with a brass footbase and light switch.
A rare brass and glass Italian chandelier made in the 1960s in the manner of Stilnovo. Brass it’s in original patina, original white glasses are in perfect conditions, it works 110-240 volts and needs six regular e14 bulbs.
An Italian floor lamp manufactured in the fifties by Stilnovo, marble base, black painted metal and brass are in original patina, white diffusor it’s in perfect conditions. It works 110-240 volts and need regular bulbs.
Lovely stoneware table lamp with mixed grey, brown and beige glazed colors by Swedish designer Inger Persson for Rörstrand in 1970s.
Lovely oak and metal tablelamp by ASEA Sweden 1950s. Oak pole, brass footbase with light switch.
3 armed brass & brown lacquered metal floor lamp with adjustable screens.
Impressive and very rarely offered ceiling lamp by the Italian manufacturer Vistosi, famous for special and luxurious lamp creations made of glass. The stalactite-shaped suspension lamp L401 is designed by Adalberto dal Lago who used the expertise art of Murano...
Giacomo Benevelli sculptural Table lamp mod. Roto cast aluminium structure and opaline glass diffuser. Original signature on the base. Giacomo Benevelli 1970 Manufactured by Gaetano Missaglia, Italy, c. 1970.
A six lights chandelier manufactured by Stilnovo in the Sixties, brass it’s in original patina, green painted metal is in good conditions, the white opaline diffusors are in perfect conditions, it works 110-240 volts and needs six regular bulbs.
Amazing bamboo and rice paper wall lamp 'Uchiwa II'.
Unique white metal floor lamp designed by Tamás Borsfay for Magyar Iparművészeti Vállalat (Hungarian Craftsmanship Company) in the 1970s. The lamp features unique lamelled lampshades, and large curved chrom stem on solid base. The lampshade and half of the stem...
Simple and elegant midcentury floor lamp. The lamp is made of solid brass feet and wood stick. The original 1930s shade provides a smooth large-area light. The lamp is in vintage condition with with some tear. Fully working tested condition,...
Two amazing chromed metal and gilded aluminium wall sconces also usable as ceiling lights, they work 110-240 volts and need 10 regular e14 bulbs, electrical parts are recently rewired.
Pair Of Wall Lamps In Aluminum And Glass From Peill & Putzler, 1970s.
Wall lamp by Rolf Krüger for Staff, 1970s, set of 6.
Original Lighting. Kajsa & Nils Strinning For String 1960 Sweden.