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...
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...
Miniature table lamp in black bakelite. The lamp is produced by Zavod Hořice in Czechoslovakia, it was a car electronics factory. Unique and rare design which works on one car bulb. European plug. Fully functional. Checked by professional electrician. Rare...
4 Kembo chairs by WH Gispen for Kembo green original skaï with armrests of the 50s in bakelite, black tubular structures.
Pair of armchairs, Holland. Edited by Marko. Black tubular structure, seat, and backrest upholstered in light gray, armrests in Bakelite. Seat height 40 cm. Good vintage condition.
For hospital, factory, school.