Pendellampe aus den 50er Jahren. Glas, Metall. Guter Zustand: Leichte Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren. H: 57cm, D: 46cm
- Very decorative chandelier made of brass and metal parts - For 10 small candelabra bulbs - Checked and cleaned - Fully functional
- This Brutalist chandelier is of unknown origin and was most likely made in the 1970s - The designer chose an unusual combination of materials and shapes - These are assembled in to a harmonious whole - The lamp has delicate flower-shaped glass shades - It has a black lacquered metal base and jagged copper sheets
- A ceiling lamp in the style of Guglielmo Ulrich (1904-1977) - Made of burnished brass - Manufactured in Italy during the 1940s-1950s
- Erik Hoglund (1932-1998) designed chandelier - Glass produced by Boda Nova Glass works and iron structure produced by Axel Stromberg Ironworks - Six-arm black wrought iron and hand-blown amethyst glass with pressed glass crystal chandelier
This chandelier has a lacquered metal frame with twelve sockets. Each socket is surrounded by glass tubes.
This mid-century brass chandelier, manufactured in Italy during the 1950s, features three opaline glass shades, each individually rotatable. The style is reminiscent of the works of Stilnovo, Arredoluce, and Arteluce.
This mid-century chandelier was manufactured in Italy during the 1950s, in a style reminiscent of Arredoluce. The structure that holds the two glass shells was invented by Angelo Lelii.
This large Art Deco chandelier was made and manufactured in France circa 1925. The piece features fine bronze carving with a decorative geometric pattern, six bronze and gilded bronze arms, and white glass shades. The shades are not original, the previous owner bought these new shades but the original shades are in pink marble glass and are included with the chandelier.
- Gilded rose chandelier - Three candelabra lights - 1960s - Italy
This pair of Italian grey glass chandeliers from the 1970s are 45 cm chain without the chain.
This vintage sputnik chandelier features twelve bulb sockets with intact glass globes.
- Italian opalescent chandelier in red and white glass - Features three lights and a structure in brass - Three glass shades may not be original but they fit the design
This large RS system lamp is made of anodized aluminum tubes and sixteen hand-blown glass balls.
This ceiling lamp is in the style of the Italian designer Gaetano Sciolari. It is made from wood and chrome-plated metal, with 5 arms decorated with Murano glass globes. Manufactured by Mazzega Glass Factory in the 1970s. Mazzega Glass Factory is one of the Murano´s glass factories created in 1929. Mazzega´s glassmakers and designers contributed to the diffusion of Murano glass in the 20 century throughout the world. This factory collaborated with several famous contemporary artists such as...
- French chandelier in the shape of a bouquet with crystal flowers and bronze stem from Maison Baguès - Manufactured circa in the 1920s - Holds six candelabra light bulbs
This vintage modernist chandelier is made of brass and steel. It features five E14 bulb sockets.
This Hala chandelier was designed by H. Busquet in the 1950s. It has six colored (light yellow and black) shades and white metal rods. The shades have a die cut star pattern and can be rotated in different directions. The lamp is in very good original condition with little wear (no dents). It is in good working order.