A large table lamp of German origin from the 1980s, designed by Egon Hillebrand for the Leuchtenfabrik Hillebrand manufactory. A tall, massive lamp with a large shade. The lamp base is made of chrome-plated metal, the glass lampshade is made...
A pair of mid-century modern wall lamps made in Germany in the 1960s. Lamps made of copper, enameled and hand-decorated with multi-colored glaze. Wall lamps for a single E14 bulb up to 60W. Beautiful items with an interesting form and...
Ceiling lamp model 31.5 in the style of space age, produced in Germany in the 70s by VEB Vereinigte Beleuchtungsglaswerke Dresden. The lamp consists of a beautiful, large lampshade made by hand of opal glass with interesting, colorful reflections. Diffuser...
The Hollywood Regency ceiling lamp was produced by the Lustry Kamenický Šenov n.p. factory. in Czechoslovakia in the 70s. Lamp with a lampshade made of bleached glass, in an interesting modernist shape. It is suspended on a rigid steel spike...
Hanging lamp in a modernist style, made by Zakłady Urządzeń Illniczego Polam Meos Warsaw in the 1970s. The lampshade is made of milky, profiled. Black plastic sling.
Drawing lamp type 85135 designed by Josef Hurka for Napako Czechoslovakia in the mid-1960s. The lamp is attached to the table top with a vice with a shade that can be rotated in all directions.
Round mirror type M3 / 73, hanging in a steel frame, manufactured in Germany in the 1970s by VEB Waggenbau, Ammendorf Halle. The mirror in the style of Scandinavian modernism is preserved in a very good condition, without major damage.
Large mushroom table or bedside lamp, model 2087, produced in the 70s by Peill & Putzler Germany. The lamp is made entirely of a single cast of air-entrained glass with beautiful streaks of milk glass. The lampshade in the form...
Wall lamp or plafond type 3124 designed by Helena Tynell for Glashütte Limburg, made in Germany at the turn of the 1960s and 1970s. Plafond with a crystal glass shade, massive with a characteristic bubble pattern, mounted on a steel,...
The Art Deco wall clock was produced in the 1930s by the Czechoslovakian manufacture Prim. The clock is made of a glass dial set on a wooden base, the ferrule and the mechanism of the clock are made of brass.