- Adjustable desk lamp from the 1930s - Designed in the style of Hadrill & Horstmann Ltd. in England - Heavy base and a polished counterweight - Comes with a bayonet fitting
This coil spring shaped table lamp in chrome-plated metal was designed by Ingo Maurer for Fase during the 1960s.
This pair of model 2597 glass lamps, also known as Fatua, is made of transparent and sandblasted glass.
Die kleine Tolomeo von Artemide - der Designklassiker der Schreibtischleuchten in einem kleineren, kompakten Format. Aluminiumkörper mit beweglich ausrichtbarem Leuchtenkopf. Energieeffizienzklasse: A++
Concreto Tótem is a concrete lamp. The lamp has been handcrafted in Nikita´s apartment in Paris and each glass piece is made from old flasks. Each lamp is unique.
- Stoneware table lamp designed by Arne Bang´s brother Jacob Bang and produced by Nymølle in the 1950s - Features base in grey and blue splattered crystalline glaze and a grey textile shade - Piece is inspired by the work of Arne Bang
This PH 3½-2 desk light by Poul Henningsen features the original yellow lacquered zinc top shade, matte yellow single layered glass middle and bottom shade, patinated brass stem, and Bakelite detailing. It was manufactured by Louis Poulsen in Denmark circa 1930. In original condition.
This German Thelta Sonne Q15 medical lamp is a private solarium produced by VEB Thelta Zella-Mehis in 1966. The lamp is complete with the original glasses and instruction manual. The lamp emits UV radiation or infrared light.
- Tubular fluorescent desk lamp from around the 1980s - Produced by Philips - PAT tested
- Desk lamp created by Louis Kalff for Philips - Chrome-plated asymmetrical stalk - Foot and lampshade in dark green lacquered metal - Switch on the foot - In working order - Weight 1.5kg - Label Philips engraved on the foot
This black desk lamp was designed by Louis Kalff for Philips in the 1960s.
This Z desk or table lamp was designed by Louis Kalff and produced by Philips in the 1950s in the Netherlands.
Desk lamp by designer Louis Kalff for Philips.
This desk or table lamp was produced in the Netherlands by Philips during the 1970s. The lamp is made from metal and has a rotatable head, turning a full 180 degrees, allowing illumination across all directions. In a very good vintage condition.
This desk lamp was produced by Philips in the Netherlands during the 1950s. This piece is made of brass with black lacquered metal. The hood has a curvy shape and some small perforations in the top that allow some additional light to go through. It emits a bright light downwards that can be directed at one particular area.
This tripod lamp in teak and opaline glass was produced by Philips in the 1960s.
This desk lamp was produced by Philips in the Netherlands during the 1950s. The piece features a yellow-lacquered metal shade with a stand and details in brass The shade is shaped similar to a stingray and perforated at the top. The lamp is adjustable and remains in very good condition with some patination due to age.
- Grey mid-century Bauhaus table lamp - Manufactured by the Dutch company Philips in the 1960s - Tested and ready for use