-Guter Zustand mit Kratzern im Lack -Gläser ohne Chips
- Pair of large wall lights designed by Goffredo Reggiani - Produced in Italy by Reggiani during the 1960s - Made of steel lacquered in a pale beige - Remain in working condition
This pair of lantern-shaped wall lights was produced by Stilnovo during the 1950s. The lamps consist of opaline glass and brass, and they retain their original patina.
This model 327/1 lamp was designed by Gino Sarfatti and produced by Arteluce Italy in the 1960s.
This wall lamp was designed by Franco Albini for Sirrah and produced in Italy in the 1970s.
Italienischer Wandarm in Messing mit türkisgrünem Schirm. Der Arm ist schwenkbar und ausziehbar von 63 cm bis 133 cm. Der Schalter ist im Gegengewicht untergebracht.
An original huge white wall light designed by Klaus Hempel in the 1970s and produced by Kaiser Leuchten in Germany in the same decade. This large piece is made of solid metal and remains in its original white lacquered tone, with one socket for a bulb in the middle.
- Pair of crystal and brass sputnik wall lights or flush mount fixtures - Crystals made by Val Saint Lambert - Three E14 light sockets - Designed in Belgium in the 1960s
- A set of two floral glass and brass wall lights in the style of Emil Stejnar - Manufactured in the 1960s in Germany - Very heavy with glass flowers on a brass Sputnik frame - The glass pieces are cut with an eye for detail - All together creating a light effect when switched on - The wall lights contain six E14 bulbs up to 40 watt each - LED is also possible
These two sputnik wall lamps were designed by Paolo Venini and manufactured by VeArt in Italy circa 1960. They feature chrome metal bases with arms and flower-shaped Murano glass. When lit, the lamps emit a warm light that is diffused by the glass.
Mit E27 Fassung.
This Sputnik wall lamp was designed in the 1950s. It is made from brass arms with burgundy bakelite cones. It features five E14 sockets for a maximum of 40 watt bulbs.