This nice table lamp has a white marble base and a coppered brass body. It is ideal for desks because it is adjustable.
This plastic and metal table lamp was both designed and manufactured by Stilnovo in the 1960s.
Prix Tischleuchte von Ingo Maurer für Design M. Entwurf aus dem Jahr 1969. Guter Vintage Zustand.
This set of 2 table lamps was designed by Einar Johansen and produced by Danish company Soholm Stentoj in the 1960s or 1970s. The lamps are marked underneath with the designer´s logo, the form number and ´´´´Soholm Stentoj´´´´.
sehr frühe kombinationsleuchte aus eisen und messing um 1890 aus der urzeit der elektrifizierung. die leuchte lässt sich sowohl als tischleuchte als auch als applique verwenden. diese leuchten waren immer ohne Schirm, für nackte Birnen, sind jedoch für steckschirme geeignet (optional), eisen, messing, porzellan drehschalter
This small table lamp features white opaque glass and a brass base.
This Italian marble table lamp was created by the British designer T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings (1905–76) and was produced in the United States by Hansen in 1970. The piece is made from black marble with gray and beige veins, arrives with the shade pictured, and measures 56 cm in height to under the bulb socket. The measurements below are for the marble base.
This 1950s industrial work lamp was manufactured by Albert & Brause, in Neheim-Huesten in the 1950s. It is made of black lacquered steel and has got an adjustable chrome gooseneck lamp arm and adjustable shade. The switch is made of Bakelite.
This precious table lamp is made of Cipollino marble. The geometric and essential shape allows you to place it into any environment. It is equipped with a braided electric cord in black silk and a light bulb.
This brass table lamp was designed and manufactured in Norway by Sønnico AS in the 1960s. The lamp is fully-functional. The patina shows light markings from age, most visible on the base.
These two Meridiana desk lamps were designed by Paolo Piva for Stefano Cevoli in 1983. These lights can rotate 180 degrees and the caps are adjustable. They are marked: Stefano Cevoli, Modello Meridiana, Made in Italy, 220V, 12V, 50Hz, 50W.
The Museum table lamps are bespoke and crafted pieces, playing with the combination of materials. The traditional archetype of a table lamp has been reinterpreted into an elegant home accessory, where the materials have been chosen to reflect and diffuse, and the contrast of light and color brings beauty and warmth to this everyday object. The Museum lamps are crafted by hand in Europe and assembled in the Utopia & Utility workshop in Germany. The traditionally shaped base invites versatility as...
This vintage 4/3 table lamp, designed by Poul Henningsen, was produced by Louis Poulsen in the 1980s.
This table lamp in the style of Maison Charles is made of silver metal sheets.
This desk lamp was designed by Louis Christiaan Kalff for Philips, in Holland in 1957. This is a model NB100, and has a black wire frame with a grey dot patterned shade. It glows nicely when lit due to the half mirrored bulb (which is included). It has been checked, cleaned and is suitable for use in the USA (with just a plug change or holiday converter).
- Art deco lamp from the 1970s - Made of brass and steel with a matte glass shade - Diameter below for the lens
- Large model spotlight by A.E Cremer, Paris - Fresnel lens 35 cm in diameter - Adjustable trolley to reduce or increase the focal length - Crank handle in brass and oak handle - Hardware in cast aluminum - Stable and adjustable
Diese Spiral Tischleuchte wurde 1970 von Ingo Maurer entworfen und durch M-Design in München hergestellt. Sie ist aus Metall, Glas und in sehr gutem Vintage Zustand.