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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...
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...
Elegant pair of 1970s tessellated tortoiseshell lamps on chrome pedestal bases and beautiful pyramid lined lampshades with finials.
''Cubosfera'' table lamp. (frosted glass Cubic sphere version) Alessandro Mendini for Fidenza Vetraria , Italy 1969
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...
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.
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.
Swedish ceramic tablelamps by Nykirka Motala Keramik - 1960s with nice glazed surface and colormix of brown, red, and black.
Lovely stoneware table lamp with mixed grey, brown and beige glazed colors by Swedish designer Inger Persson for Rörstrand in 1970s.
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.
Black Kaiser Idell workshop table lamp, designed by Christian Dell. With round shaped shade on round base in nice condition from the 1930s
Newly painted black Koranda workshop table lamp, designed by Christian Dell. With round shaped shade on round base in nice condition from the 1930s 3 pieces available.
German postmodern desk lamp, designed by Linke Plewa for Brilliant Leuchten in the 1980s
Great pair of beige Italian colored large ceramic table lamps with decor of bamboo poles all the way around. From around the 1980s.
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 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.
Mid-Century Table Lamp with Teak Base by Uno & Östen Kristiansson for Luxus, 1960s
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.
Italian manufacture burl wood and brass base table lamp. Esagonal form table lamp having one light. Fabric lampshade.
Italian manufacture burl wood and brass base table lamp. Cubic form table lamp having one light. Fabric lampshade. Italian manufacture, 1970s
Italian manufacture burl wood and brass base table lamp. Cubic form table lamp having one light. Fabric lampshade with brass border. Italian manufacture, 1970s
Model AM/AS table lamp designed by Franca Helg (1920-1989), Antonio Piva (1936) and Franco Albini (1905-1977) - (Studio Helg, Albini, Piva) Produced by Syrrah, Italy, 1969