- Amazing chrome floor/side lamp - Opaline glass and ashtray on top - Two light bulbs - Fully functional
- Spider 3319 reading/floor lamp - Adjustable shade
This floor lamp in gilt metal with a tulip base was designed by Harvey Guzzini and produced by Iguzzini around 1970.
- A Rodolfo Bonetto Systema Flu Multi Lamp - Produced by Luci Italia - Two completely adjustable and rotating arms provide direct or indirect light - The triangular base can sit on the floor - Can also be mounted on a wall or ceiling - Fully working and safety tested - Will work in the US
This vintage Mantis model floor lamp in wood was produced by Rispal in the 1950s.
- Rare Giraffe floor lamp by Jean Rispal - Zoomorphic shape and teak structure - Black-lacquered metal base
- Tripod floor lamp in metal from the 1950s - Produced by Maison Rispal, France - Features a shade in celluloid (rhodoïd) and brass details - Remains in very good condition
- Floor lamp by Jacques Rispal - Identical to the Praying Mantis model in its wooden structure - On this piece however, a brass connector holds the lampshade - Entirely original piece - Borbant paper shade - There are two small hidden rhodoid shades inside - The head rotates thanks to the ball joint
- Floor lamp on black lacquered tripod base - Shade hand woven with nylon thread - Dates from the 1950s - In original condition with patina
This floor lamp was designed by the French engineer Jean-Louis Domecq in the 1950s. It features four arms on a heavy steel base.
- Floor lamp attributed to Jean Royère - France, 1940´s - Wrought iron tripod base - Adjustable lighting - New lampshade in original style
This 1950s tripod floor lamp is adjustable from 150 to 200 cm. The tripod base has wheels and is very stable. There is a trolley to adjust the focal length, and the convex lens has a 17 cm diameter for maximum light projection.
- Tripod floor lamp with three electrified candle lamps - The tripod floor stand is made of solid brass - The lampshade has been renewed - The electric parts and wiring have been replaced
- Floor lamp with green and white enameled metal reflector and a wooden tripod - Comes with about 4 meters of cord, a switch & a plug - Requires E27 bulbs - Dimensions: - Minimum height tripod: 128 cm - Maximum height of the tripod: 95 cm - Height of lamp without tripod: 27 cm
- Tripod floor lamp by J. T. Kalmar - Produced by Kalmar in Vienna in the 1950s - Brass tripod foot and a conical metal stem, white lacquered with a brass tube - It lights with two E 14 bulbs and a pull switch - Red colored textile fabric shade is new
This tripod floor lamp is made of brass and wood. It was produced in the 1950s. Without the shade the lamp is 146 cm high.
This Stilnovo style floor lamp from the 1950s is made out of brass. The neck is adjustable. The lamp has a tripod base.
This colourful tripod floor lamp was produced in the late 1960s in Italy. The lamp is made of metal. It features a black body and a yellow and red lampshade. This item is a joyful presence in any room. Designed in the philosophy of Space Age, this item is very slim and discreet.