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Lovely brass candlestick holder plate with top circle decoration by Swedish designer Lars Holmström, Arvika, Sweden 1960s- for wall hanging.
Ceiling lamp - Mazzega Murano glass and chromed metal
Space age adjustable hanging lamp made by Meblo Yugoslavia in the 1970s. It's adjustable as it hangs on a rolling extendible textile chord. The lampshade is made of chrome top and brown perspex globe. It was made as a part...
Brutalist wall lamp by Ingemar Alinder - Sweden 1980s. Acid-treated and torch-cut look. Gives a lovely and magic shine when lit.
Saint Louis crystal lamp, signed, handblown, 1950`s ca, French This vintage table lamp has been gently cleaned while respecting the age patina. It is newly rewired & earthed, PAT tested by an electrician and ready to use. It has a...
Vintage table lamp made by Estonian lighting comapny from the Soviet Era. This lamp was produced in 1987. White lampshade is made of plastic and gives warm, diffused light. It's cracked on two places but it's barely visible and doesn't...
Mid-century Danish brutalist wall lamp pair from the 1960s by Holm Sørensen & Co AS. Brass sconces with a acid-treated torch-cut look leaving a lovely and magic shine.
Round brass shade table lamp on a elm pole made by Harald Notini, Böhlmarks Lampfabrik - Sweden 1940s.
Vintage hanging lamp made by Napako Czechoslovakia in the 50s. Milk glass lampshade gives warm diffused light. Completely restored and rewired, in great condition.
Tablelamp with a round brass shade and oak pole by EOS, Nässjö Sweden. Brass footbase with a light switch and moveable shade.
Teak and acrylic wall lamps by Hans-Agne Jakobsson 1950s by AB Markaryd, Sweden. White acrylic and `hat` shaped design.
Space age Floor lamp made by Szarvasi Hungary in the 1970s. It's made of metal and plastic. Lampshade is made of orange plastic, gives warm and diffused light. Patina here and there due to its age. There are also two...
Black metal and brass tablelamp with adjustable gooseneck and by EWÅ in Värnamo, Sweden 1950s.Great design. Can also be wall mounted!
Pair of mod. Orleans dome table lamps, lightly-smoked violet perspex domed shade. Stilux, Milano Italy, 1955
An iconic pendant made in Venice by Barovier, it’s in perfect conditions, it works 110-240 volts and needs regular e27 bulb.
A tall chainlink floor lamp, reminiscent of the famous Privat Lampe des Künstlers II by legendary Austrian artist Franz West, that would be a striking addition to any home.
Two amazing steel chromed and murano glass wall sconces made in Italy by Esperia. Designed by Angelo Brotto, they are labeled on the front Esperia. They are in perfect conditions, they work 110-240 volts and need four regular e14 bulbs...
This turnable table lamp designed by Pier Giuseppe Ramella for Italian lighting company Arteluce with their elegant fan shaped frosted glass shades which sit on an enameled conical shaped base of dark gray metal. They rotate on the base showing...
The shape and color of this table lamp is instantly recognisable as a 1960s design classic in Czech. It was designed by Stepan Tabera and produced by OPP Jihlava in Czechoslovakia. There were different versions and this particular one is...
Space age adjustable hanging lamp made by Meblo Yugoslavia in the 1970s. It’s adjustable as it hangs on a rolling extendible chord.The lampshade is made of chrome top and white perspex milky white globe. It was made as a part...
A vintage floor lamp in the shape of four flower branches, topped with four globular glass shades. Colour coated on pastel shades of green, pink, and orange.
A 1950s Italian two-branch brass pendant lamp with glass conical shades.
Elegant pair of 1970s tessellated tortoiseshell lamps on chrome pedestal bases and beautiful pyramid lined lampshades with finials.
7 x Svend Aage Holm Sorensen for Holm Sorensen & Co
Bakelite hanging lamp made in Czechoslovakia in the 60s, type 12478. The lampshade is made of milk glass and it gives warm diffused light. That type of lamps is well known from Czechoslovak schools. It’s in great vintage condition, restored...
Adjustable space age floor lamp by Harvey Guzzini made by Meblo in the 70s. The lampshade is made from white acrylic and it gives warm diffused light. The lamp is in very good condition, was restored and rewired.
Lovely stoneware table lamps with speckled grey, brown and beige glazed colors by Inger Persson for Rörstrand in 1960s Sweden.
Handmade Danish Modern ceramic tablelamps by Einar Johansen for Søholm Keramik (pottery) in Bornholm, Denmark 1960s. Beautiful glazed earth colors.
This Modernist table lamp was originally designed in Great Britain in the 1930’s by Eric Kirkham Cole. Cole was the founder and head designer of the British electronic company EKCO that specialised in producing radios, and later TV sets by...
Lovely set of Art Deco wall lamps of brass and frosted glass shade on a metal base. Round shape and design.
An impressive pair of 1950s mid-century wall lights by Maison Lunel, imported from an estate in Bari, Italy.
This pair of visually striking brass table lamps depict the protected sea turtle of the French overseas colony Martinique.
This remarkable bamboo table lamp, very much in the style of renowned Italian designer Gabriella Crespi, is an excellent example of the bohemian influence that permeated 1970s design.
This stunning table lamp features a ceramic urn-like base with a splattered granite marbled effect.
An impressive lamp in the shape of brass horse head is supported by a refinished black wooden cube, with chinoiserie shade.
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.