This set of two copper lamps was designed during the 1970s and manufactured in Denmark. Both lamps are in a very good condition with some small signs of age and use.
This is an industrial light grey enameled pendant lamp, manufactured circa 1950.
- Top part made of cast iron - Intact and original glass - Restored with new black enamel - E27 socket, suitable up to 100W - Comes with 1 m steel chain and black textile-coated cable
This sunburst Sputnik pendant lamp is made from mate brass and grey plastic and was produced during the 1950s. The lamp holds up to eight bulbs with an E14 thread (small thread). The electrical system was tested and the lamp is fully functional. It´s in good vintage condition with only minor signs of wear.
This Italian flush mount cascade light was produced in the 1970s. It features six glass globes at different heights and is made from glass and chrome.
- French Art Deco pendant from the 1940s - Made of walnut wood, matte glass, and brass - Two central interior bulbs and three arms - Octagonal wooden stem
This rare pendant was designed by Simon P. Henningsen for LYFA. The pendant is called Nippon as a reference to the Japanese flag. Simon P. Henningsen wanted to simplify the shading of the incandescent light-source and created a light with two metal rectangular plates folded around the bulb mount. The first attempts resulted in a cold ambiance, so he added two red suns inside the light and the name Nippon came by itself.
Verstellbare Deckenleuchte aus der Spider Serie von Joe Colombo für O-Luce, 1967.
Cascade tells about the encounter of technique with improvisation, of technology with action. Cascade floats, while light paths flow softly underneath her brass body. Each light path is hand-shaped, resulting in trajectories that are always different and surprising. As in a carillon that delivers reflection and refractions tirelessly. Light source:LED boards 500 mA - 12,4 w (max) - 3.000 k - 1.770 lmDriver:external (AC 220v/ DC 24v)
Aufwendig gearbeitete Jugendstil Deckenlampe: viele handgeschliffene Kristallglasteile, die in 4 Reihen abgehängt sind. Dreiflammig. Originale Deckenplatte aus Holz.
American glass artist Thaddeus Wolfe creates improvisational glass sculptures and lighting meant to evoke decaying, collapsing surfaces and fantastical imagined structures. Many of Wolfe´s pieces are created using a molding process; each single mold can only be used once. Wolfe designed and made this Gridded Line Relief pendant in hand-blown, cut, and polished glass with custom cast bronze hardware in the United States in 2015.Wolfe´s work is in the permanent collections of the Rhode Island...
This painted glass ceiling lamp, model Saturn, dates to the 1930s and features an aluminum rod.
- Vitreous green enamel diffuser with white enamel inner reflector - Black cast iron top - Fully rewired with new E27 bulb holder - Comes with 120cm of red braided cable - Includes suspension chain and ceiling hook - Made by Thorlux in England around the 1930s - The shades twist off for easy cleaning once installed
This 1960s pendant lamp features a chiseled glass shade and is 15 cm high without the metal chain.
-Große goldene Semi Pendellampe von Bonderup und Thorup für Fog und Morup -1960s -1x E27 Fassung
This pendant lamp by Arredoluce Monza is made of brass with original patina and opaline glass. The total height is 103 cm, and the height of fixture is 30 cm.
This set of three Italian flush mount lights was manufactured by Venini in the 1960s. They are made from curved Murano glass pieces in different lengths. Each lamp features three lights (E14) and a double gold-plated brass frame. They are in full working order and very good vintage condition.
- Model Peanut ceiling lamp by Bent Karlby for Lyfa - Designed in the middle of the 1940s - Produced around the 1940s to 1950s - The lamp is made of opaline glass with a curved shape - Brass top and bottom