Kalmar pendant lamp, manufactured in the 1960s in Austria by Kalmar. The handmade glass plates are reminiscent of melting ice. The luminaire is equipped with an E 27 socket, which is also suitable for modern lamps (halogen, LED). It creates a beautiful light! The condition of the lamp is very good, with a little patina. Dimensions: 30 x 30 cm, height 78
Ice glass pendant lamp by Kalmar, 1960’s
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Reference number: #31060
1960 – 1969
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