A pair of K44 wall lamps in the mid-century modern style, produced by JBT Łomianki-Dąbrowa in Poland in the 1980s. Lamps designed by the designer duo K. Łaszkiewicz and W. Kościan.
A hand-made glass vase, type 66/3/17, designed by Jozef Hospodka for Chribska Sklarna Borské sklo, Nový Bor, in the mid-1960s.
Interesting, organic-shaped black plate type 5546 designed by Jaroslav Beránek for the Glassworks Skrdlovice Czechoslovakia in 1955. Smoke-colored boro-crystal glass bowl, hand-formed.
A hand-made glass vase, type 66/3/17, designed by Jozef Hospodka for Chribska Sklarna Borské sklo, Nový Bor, in the mid-1960s. Crystal glass, hand-formed, colored in the mass, two-color green-orange.
Plafond, designed by J. Hurka, Napako, Czechoslovakia, 1960s
The floor lamp was produced in Poland in the 70s. The lamp is handcrafted, partly from components manufactured by ZAOS. The structure is made of black metal rods with a golden wooden shelf, white glass shade.
Modernist chandelier type Z-1005/4, manufactured in Poland by Elektrotechniczna Spółdzielnia Inwalidów Rencista. The lamp is made of copper-clad steel. A chandelier without a lampshade, designed so that the bulbs are not only a source of light, but also blend in...
A mid-century modern floor lamp manufactured by the German company AKA Electric in the 1960s. The lamp is made of painted metal with chrome elements and a fabric lampshade. The lamp arm allows you to change the angle of incidence...