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Grey Industrial Cast Aluminium Explosion Proof Lamp, 1970s.
Black Enamel and Cast Iron Industrial Cage Pendant Light, 1950s.
1970s Astonishing Chandelier Sputnik by Goffredo Reggiani in Chrome.
Hans Kögel chandelier. 1970s.
"Praxi" table lamp designed by Bruno Umberto Gecchelin I Guzzini, Italy 1982.
1960s Temde ceiling light in teak an glass
Ceramic tablelamp of browngreen glazed ceramic by Carl Harry Stålhane for Rörstrand, Sweden 1960s.
Four unique hand-crafted sculptural wall sconces made in Italy by famous manufacturer Alfredo Barbini. They are in perfect conditions, brass it’s in original patina andgives them a superb vintage look. They work 110-240 volts and need regular e14 bulbs.
An Italian chandelier made in the Sixties. the round teak structure holds six brass and white opaline glass diffusors, it needs 6 regular e14 bulbs and works 110-240 volts. It’s in very good conditions and it has been checked by...
A rare modernist huge steel chandelier, it needs 12 regular e14 bulbs and works both 110-240 volts. It has been attributed for style and materials to Gaetano Sciolari, italian famous lightning designer of the period. It has been made in...
It’s a teak, brass and glass six lights chandelier made in Italy in the Sixties, it has been checked and rewired by an electrician, it works both 110 240 volts and needs six regular e14 bulbs.
Two amber and white handblown glass wall sconces made in Italy in the Seventies by Poliarte, they are in perfect conditions, work both 110-240 volts and need regular e14 bulbs.
Kinkeldey Hängeleuchte Chrom und Kristallglas.
Pendant lamp from the 1950s, 60s in rosewood and glass.
1950s sputnik ceiling lamp by emil stejnar for rupert nikoll
1950s sputnik brass glass and metal ceiling lamp