This Lento floor lamp is made from brushed aluminium with grey lacquered metal. It was designed by Jo Hammerborg for Fog & Morup.
Diese Mid-Century Stehlampe wurde im Stil von Greta Grossman entworfen und möglicherweise durch Bergbom in Schweden hergestellt. Stahlrahmen und Schirm sind in Blau. Die Lampe ist in ausgezeichnetem Vintage Zustand mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren.
Diese Mid Century Stehlampe, Modell ´Riflessione´, wurde in den 1960ern von Claudio Salocchi entworfen und in den 1970ern in Italien von Skipper hergestellt. Sie besitzt einen Marmorfuß und einen verchromten Stahl-Ständer sowie einen lackierten Schirm, der verstellbar ist. Die Lampe befindet sich in sehr gutem Vintage Zustand.
This spotlight was produced for a theater in the 1940s in France. It is made from lacquered metal that now has a light patina and features one PAR spotlight (max. 300W). It is in a very good vintage condition and has been completely restored in compliance with German electric standards.
This is a large French arc lamp with a solid marble base and a two-tiered perspex shade in white and lilac. The length of the rod is adjustable as is the angle.
massiver Eisenguss Sockel, schwarz lackiert, 3-teiliger Fuß mit jeweils einem schwarz lackierten Metall Reflektor, Fassung E27
This floor lamp dating back to the 1970s features a black wooden base and an original shade that diffuses a soft light.
- Large 1970s chrome metal floor lamp by Francesco Fois for Reggiani - 3 adjustable E27 sockets - Minimalistic design with many details - Solid with iron base painted in white - The appearance of the lamp changes depending on the type of bulb - You can screw in all types of E27 bulbs - Original condition and fully functional - Foot switch on cable - Works with 220V and 110V - Wiring in order and suitable for all countries - Comes with free plug adapters on request
- Model Serpente floor lamp created by Elio Martinelli - Produced by Martinelli Luce in 1965 - Features a very heavy base in white lacquered metal - Fitted with a swiveling arm and a diffuser in white perspex
This floor lamp was designed by H. Th. J. A. Busquet and produced by Hala Zeist in the 1960s. The adjustable shade has a diameter of 14cm.
This Praying Mantis floor lamp was designed by Jean Rispal in the 1950s. It features the original lampshade which measures 60cm in height and 25cm in diameter.
This 1960s floor lamp has a black-lacquered steel structure and retains the original raffia and velvet shades.
This A805 model Angel Wing floor lamp was designed by Alvar Aalto for the National Pensions Institute in Helsinki.
This illuminating model 966 column shelf with white lacquered metal structure and three illuminated shelves as well as an upper cylinder in white opaline was created by Jean Perzel (1892-1986).
A fascinating and mysterious lamp that alone creates a scenographic effect in the environment. Designed in 2011, this lamp is derived from the 1970s version of the model Rete lamp. By having the point of light and the power in the lower part, an additional ceiling light is not required. This floor lamp is made from fabric with rings of laser cut steel. The light is transmitted to the ceiling and floor for transmitting refraction shadows and drawings. On request, it is possible to vary the length...
This large Globe model lamp by Harvey Guzzini for Martinelli Luce, circa 1970, is made from plexiglass and metal.
This pair of floor lights features white and yellow blown Murano glass diffusers using the battuto technique and a metal structure.
- American floor lamp from the 1960s - Chrome-plated and black-painted steel - Base and electricity have been restored