This pendant lamp from the 1950s is made of cellulose acetate yarn and black-lacquered metal.
This pendant lamp is made of etched blown glass and golden brass. It remains in very good original condition.
- Extra-large pendant lamp - Model: Düren - Minimalist model - Designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld - Large opaline shade - 1 original E27 brass socket - Renewed cable - Works with 220V and 110V - Wiring suitable or all countries
This pendant, designed by Henri Mathieu circa 1970, consists of three pieces. It was designed in the style of the Konkylie pendant by Louis Weisdorf for Lyfa. The three pendants can be hung at different heights. The pendants are shaped like double conches and are made of bands of brushed metal. The internal surface of the blades is pale-purple lacquered. When illuminated, the lamp radiates warm light. The measurements below refer to the diameter and height of each pendant.
- Model PH Snowball ceiling light - Designed by Poul Henningsen in 1958 - Made by by Louis Poulsen in Denmark in the 1980s - Original diffuser and ceiling fitting/cup
Snowball pendant in white painted aluminum designed by Poul Henningsen in 1958. The lamp was relaunched in 1983 and manufactured by Louis Poulsen. This lamp was made in the late 1980s.
The PH 4/3 pendant was designed in 1966, according to the same principle as the other three-shade models. These were already designed by Poul Henningsen in 1925-1926, when his first lamps in collaboration with Louis Poulsen were created for an exhibition in Paris. The PH 4/3 series was the last lamp, together with the PH Wall, that Poul Henningsen designed before his death in 1967.
This blue PH 3-4 pendant was produced in the 1970s.
This orange PH 4/3 pendant was designed in the 1960s. It was taken apart and reassembled with a new socket, dark brown textile cable, and new rivets. The small grey ceiling cup is original.
PH Artichoke weiß / Ø 60cm Design: Poul Henningsen Produzent: Louis Poulsen Entwurf: 1958 Diese PH Artichoke Zapfen Pendelleuchte wurde 1958 von Poul Henningsen für den dänischen LeuchtenHersteller Louis Poulsen und ursprünglich für ein Restaurant in Kopenhagen entworfen. Die PH Zapfen Hängelampe ist eine der beliebtesten Leuchten Klassiker von Louis Poulsen. Ursprünglich hatten der Designer und Louis Poulsen die PH Leuchten für die Weltausstellung in Paris 1925 entworfen.
The PH 3/2 pendant lamp is a member of the PH 3-shade family. The shade design is based on a logarithmic spiral, with the center of the light source placed in the spiral´s focal point. The PH 3/2 suspension lamp from Louis Poulsen is a classic of Danish design from the 1920s era. The piece diffuses a soft and gentle glare free light, protecting the eyes. The shades are made of mouth-blown three-layer white opaline glass, and are suspended from a high lustre, chrome-plated brass stem.
This vintage model PH 5 pendant lamp was designed by Poul Henningsen in 1958. It is made of white lacquered aluminum.
This vintage model PH 4/3 pendant lamp was designed by Poul Hennigsen and produced by Louis Poulsen in Denmark in the 1970s.
- Adjustable hanging ceiling light with suspensions system - Designed and manufactured by Vitrika in Denmark in the early 1970s - Designed in the style of PH 4 and PH 5 pendants - Made from solid brass that has patinated over the years
Dänische Mid-Century Hängelampe, Modell PH Kontrast entworfen von Poul Henningsen für Louis Poulsen in 1958-1962.
This ceiling lamp model PH-1/1 Cascade was designed by Poul Henningsen and was produced by Louis Poulsen in Denmark in the 1930s.
This pendant lamp, model 117077 (PH 4 1/2-4 Metal), was designed by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen. This model is no longer in production in this size. In a very good vintage condition.