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A 1950s Italian two-branch brass pendant lamp with glass conical shades.
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...
7 x Svend Aage Holm Sorensen for Holm Sorensen & Co
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.
Unique pair of pine wall lamps designed by Gunnar Næss in 1969 and produced by Høvik Verk in the 1970s.
Amazing bamboo and rice paper wall lamp 'Uchiwa II'.
Two amazing chromed metal and gilded aluminium wall sconces also usable as ceiling lights, they work 110-240 volts and need 10 regular e14 bulbs, electrical parts are recently rewired.
Pair Of Wall Lamps In Aluminum And Glass From Peill & Putzler, 1970s.
Wall lamp by Rolf Krüger for Staff, 1970s, set of 6.
Original Lighting. Kajsa & Nils Strinning For String 1960 Sweden.
Impressive vintage german chandelier from the 1970s.
Vintage Brass & Glass Sconce from Peill & Putzler , Germany 1970s
Italian textured glass ‘LS185’ adjustable chandelier, designed by Carlo Nason and manufactured by Mazzega , from the 1960s, in nice condition.
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.
Amber Glass Pendant with Hemispherical Copper Shade, 1950s
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...
Two Mid-Century Modern rectangular wall sconces designed and manufactured by Stilnovo. Copper is in original patina, white glasses are in perfect conditions. They work 110-240 volts and need regular bulb.
Two labeled Sciolari wall sconces made in Italy in the 1970s, they work 110-240 Volts and need regular e14 bulbs.
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.
Wall Flush Light 'Les Arcs' Charlotte Perriand.
Wall lamps are in good condition, covered with patina. Dimensions: Length 24cm Depth 18cm Height 18cm Please note that the items we sell are second-hand items, often 40-50 years old, and therefore have traces of use that cannot...
Set of two wall sconces made in Italy in the 1950s by Stilnovo, brass it's in original patina, original glasses are in good conditions, they work 110-240 volts and need regular e14 bulbs. price is for the set of two
Two big wall sconces made in Italy in the 1950s by Arredoluce, good conditions overall, they work 110-240 volts and need three regular e14 bulbs each one.
Brass wall light model 2582 with flower patterned lamp shade of the fabric `Notturno` designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn - Sweden 1950s. Adjustable lenght and height.
Alfa wall lamp from the 1960s, designed by Jo Hammerborg for the Danish Fog og Mørup. The lampshade can be adjusted both up and down (to widen and narrow the lighting) and rotates almost 90 degrees to the side,...
Corda wall lamp from 1967, designed by Jo Hammerborg for the Danish Fog og Mørup. The lampshade can be adjusted both up and down (to widen and narrow the lighting) and rotates almost 90 degrees to the side, allowing...
A pair of classic V149 wall lamps. The lamps were designed by Hans-Agne Jakobsson, manufactured by AB Markaryd in Sweden. The wall lamps are solid brass. The wall lamps are in great condition, with a few micro scratches, the...