This Scandinavian teak and opaline glass chandelier was made in the 1950s.
This grey opaline glass pendant was designed by Alessandro Pianon for Vistosi.
This model J1965 pendant is made of perforated copper. It was designed by Paavo Tynell and was produced by Taito in the 1950s. Although this lamp was mostly produced in brass, this particular model was produced in copper and was made in Norway by AWF (Arnold Wiigs Fabrikker). AWF licensed at least three models from Taito to produce for the Norwegian market right after WWII as Norway had a shortage of industrial designers. The lamp came from an estate where the owner was a collector of...
- Manufactured by Louis Poulsen and designed by Poul Henningsen - Produced in Denmark around 1960 - The PH5 is one of the best-known lamps in the world - This is an original lamp with a tag - The lamp is designed to emit maximum light, without glare
This copper pendant with an amber blown glass insert was designed by Finnish designer Nanny Still in the 1960s. It was manufactured by Raak Amsterdam. Nanny Still-McKinney (1926-2009) was a well-known Finnish lighting designer who worked for prestigious companies such as Riihimäki Lasi in the 1950s and later for Raak Amsterdam in the 1960s. She was recognized for her designs at the Milan Triennials in 1954, 1957, and 1960. Still’s colorful and delicate works in glass design led to this 1960s...
Set of two brushed aluminum pendant lights. They have been rewired and take maximum 75 Watts.
This pair of pendant lamps is made of teak and opaline glass.
This set of two black pendant lamps were produced in the 1950s.The socket holders are fixed with three brass parts.
This set of two vintage adjustable light pendants were designed by Paolo Venini in the 1950s and are made of polished and lacquered brass with large polyhedron glass diffusers.
This set of two glass pendants dates to the 1950s.
This pair of Italian mid-century pendant lamps comprises square-shaped glass tubes decorated with countryside patterned motifs, suspended on a brass rod.
This is a pair of brass and opaline Italian pendants.
- Two 1950s ceiling lamps - Brass structures and diffusers in white opaline glass - Black-painted metal beads and rosette - The total height of 75 cm is adjustable - The height of the diffusers is 29 cm
Set of two pendant lamps made of heavy glass.
This set of two pendants in painted metal and textured glass is from the 1960s or 1970s.
- Pair of Gispen opaline glass pendant lamps - Produced in the Netherlands in the 1930s
- Made from brass and etched glass - In the style of Oscar Torlasco for Lumi
This pair of pendant lamps were produced in the 1960s. They are made from opaline glass and they are in a good vintage condition.