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Lovely midcentury pair of pendants to be used both as ceiling -and windowlamps. The lamps has a metal cylinder base with beautiful goldish glass shade cup underneath. The circular glass shades have small closed airbubbles in the glass. Nice calm light. Measures: 20.5...
Pair of square shaped brass pendants suitable both as ceiling -and windowlamps from the 1960s. The lamps gives a lovely and calming light when lit.
Table stoneware lamp `Fibula of glazed ceramic by Carl Harry Stålhane for Rörstrand, Sweden 1960s - in beautiful brown, beige and black earth colors.
Midcentury pair of white glass table lamps by Carl Fagerlund for Orrefors Glass, Sweden 1960s with an inner white crystal glass core surrounded by a clear glass cover and metal details on top.
Midcentury pair of black glass table lamps model by Carl Fagerlund for Orrefors Glass, Sweden 1960s. Inner black crystal glass core surrounded by a clear glass cover and brass details on top.
Amber Glass Pendant with Hemispherical Copper Shade, 1950s
Dynamic Pendant by Wilhelm Vest for Vest Leuchten, 1967
175C Pendant by Poul Christiansen for Le Klint, 1960s
Satin Pendant with Teak Top by Uno & Östen Kristiansson for Luxus, 1960s
Mid-Century Table Lamp with Teak Base by Uno & Östen Kristiansson for Luxus, 1960s
Two big Italian sconces in amazing conditions. They are made in the 1970s by Mazzega and designed by Nason. They work 110-240 volts and need regular bulbs.
A rare solid brass chandelier made in Italy in the 1950s by F.I.L.C. Milano famous lighting factory, also well known for its collaboration with Guglielmo Ulrich, chandelier is in original patina and in perfect conditions, it works both 110-240 volts...
Superb wrought irontripod lamp with black and gold patina. Pure neoclassical style of the 1950s. In the style of the models of Gilbert Poillerat, Raymond Subes, … at the same period. Quality work done by an art ironworker for his...
Two labeled Sciolari wall sconces made in Italy in the 1970s, they work 110-240 Volts and need regular e14 bulbs.
Table or desk lamp model B54 designed by Hans-Agne Jakobsson for Markaryd, Sweden c. 1955 with a whitepainted metal shade, arm of teak and brassfoot. A Lovely White Lady! .....
Mid-century brutalist wall or ceiling lamps from the 1960s by Svend Aage Holm Sørensen for Holm Sørensen & Co AS Denmark. Acid-treated and torch-cut look in a brutalistic and beautiful design.
Two “Clessidra” table lamps designed by Angelo Lelii manufactured by Arredoluce, Milan Italy, early 1960s
Model No. 5023 desk lamp designed by Angelo Brotto, manufactured by Esperia, Italy, circa 1950s. Silvery salvias colour enamel, black and brass extendible rod and details.
The AJ Royal lamp was designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1960 for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen (Radisson Blu). AJ Royal has a clean, geometric shape and excellent lighting properties. The semi-spherical housing of the luminaire provides excellent, soft...
The PH 4/3 lamp is an absolute classic, designed by the outstanding Danish designer and architect Poul Henningsen. The lamp has been produced by Louis Poulsen since 1966 until today. The form of the lamp has been designed based on...
Trava lamp from the 1960s, designed by Carl Thore (Sigurd Lindkvist), manufactured by the Swedish company Granhaga Metallindustri. Trava is by far the most popular and widespread design of designer lamps. Trava lamps are characterized by soft, warm, diffused, and...