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- 1970s - designer: arch. L. Vrátník - limited edition only for gallery Mánes - very good original condition - 18 pieces available. €420 per item
– 1970s – Designer: Panton Verner – Some parts missing (not seen) – Quite good original condition.
Art Nouveau Ceiling Lamp / Chandelier, 1930s
– Beautiful style of lighting – Marked by label.
Set of Mid-Century design ceiling lamps Bubbles, E.S.Horn, Denmark, 1970s. Price per piece is 100 euro. Each pendant is marked of paper label.
Beautiful porcelain lamp designed by Josef Lorenzl (signed) with new electricity and lampshade textile.
Pendant designed by Josef Hurka for Napako. Marked od paper label, 1952.
This elegant, iconic brass and opaline lamp is inspired by Angelo Lelliʼs innovative work, in the pure tradition of Italian mid-century design. It was handmade in Italy out of brass and Murano glass. Dimensions (cm): 166 x 153 x 23...
This is a Mid-Century Bubble Light With Brass by Helena Tynell for Limburg. 2 pieces available / Price per piece
– Tivoli Grasshopper floor lamp with counterweight from the 1950s – Black metal frame – White metal arm – Red, movable metal shade
The architect and designer Louis Kalff joined Philips in 1925. In 1946 he was appointed as Philips’ chief designer and head of the lighting division. In this position, he designed a large number of lighting fixtures. The design of this...
This Flush mount ceiling model Monocle spotlight was manufactured by Raak Amsterdam and is composed of a chrome cylinder that ends by a thick crystal. 5 available. Price is for 1 lamp.
Good- This vintage item remains fully functional but it shows sign of age through scuffs dings faded finishes minimal upholstery defects or visible repairs.
This is a mid-century adjustable wall lamp by J.J.M. Hoogervorst for Anvia. It features painted metal.
This is a wall sconce by Peter Celsing for Falkenbergs Belysing, manufactured in 1966.
This is a Mid-Century Bubble Light With Brass by Helena Tynell for Limburg. Very Good- This vintage item has no defects but it may show slight traces of use.
This is a mid-century V-155 wall lamp by Hans Agne Jakobssen for Svera.
Beautiful 1950s pendant lamp with six brass arms ending in six black painted perforated iron shades and another six brass arms ending in massive little brass balls. The central stem ends in a long cone trim. Lamp has been fully...
Desk lamp designed and manufactured by Fase, Madrid, 1960s. Made in metalic grey and black enameled steel. Original trade mark engraved at the base. It has swivel base, adjustable lamp shade and two bulbs. The shade has a glass difusser...
This Wall-mounted reading or working lamp was designed by Khristian Dell in the 1930s, for Kaiser Idell, in Germany. It has two arms intersected and adjustable. It rotates from the wall from left to right and the shade also turns...
Very elegant lighting design by Louis Kalff for Dutch lighting company Philips. Metal wall sconce made of sheet folded metal, painted black and white. The light brings contours of light through the openings between the metal segments, and provide a...
Beautiful dual-arm halogen floor lamp. Individually height adjustable and finished in a satin rose gold. Two position switch. Very good condition, 1980s.
A modern Classic. This large table lamp design Verner Panton for Louis Poulsen Denmark. Acrilic impressive in sizes and sphere so 1970s. This example is the original from the 1970s. Signed. Very good condition.
Very simple strong design attributed ,Vittoriano Vigano Italy .this brass floor lamp .70s .
Three Art Deco wall sconces made in Italy in 1930. Glasses are in perfect conditions, brass it’s in original patina. They work 110-240 volts and need regular e14 bulbs.
Particular two-light wall sconces, the brass is in his original patina, the hand engraved glasses are in perfect conditions. They work 110-240 volts and need two regular e14 bulbs.
Amazing set of two brown and gold Murano glass wall sconces, made by Barovier Seguso e Ferro in the 1960s. Glasses are in perfect conditions and brass it’s in original patina that creates a vibrant vintage look.
Christophe Gevers (1928 – 2007) was a prominent Belgian interior architect and designer. This minimalist table lamp is made of bent transparent perspex with a stainless steel lampshade.
This minimalist Scandinavian table lamp was designed by Uno & Östen Kristiansson for Luxus in Sweden in the 1960s.
This is a stylish aluminium and wood chandelier with five cubic Murano glass by Mazzega. It works with both 110 and 220 Volt.
Stylish pair of wall lights by Longobard, in green iron and hammered glass.