Spiral table lamp 1960s
Spiral table lamp. Attributed to Babur Kerim Incedayi. Circa 1960. The 1960s was a time of innovation and experimentation in design. Influences from the Space Age and Pop Art movement can sometimes be seen in the whimsical and futuristic designs of spiral lamps. The lamp can be articulated in any direction to a desirable position.
Stilnovo Milano pair of mid-20th century pendant lights Italy 1950
Pair of timeless post-war pendants made by Stilnovo Italy, 1950. Round shaped lamp in white and red painted metal. Minimalist light with geometric shape and bold lines. Marked with label Stilnovo Milano.
Modern timeless lamp Nictea design by Tobia Scarpa 1960
White pendant lamp designed by Tobia Scarpa. The Nictea lamp was created in 1961 and is renowned for its unique and elegant design. It features a delicate, sculptural shade with filtered light via perforations and concentrated light downwards through louvred glass lens. Creating a captivating interplay of light and shadow. The lamp has become an iconic piece in the world of modern design and is highly regarded for its timeless beauty and artistic craftsmanship.
Area Domestic light with counterweight design by Mario Bellini for Artemide 1974
Pendant lamp, model Area. Designed by Mario Bellini for Artemide, 1974. Fabric cord with donut counterweight. Square foil and the five bulges that deform it, reminiscing the sky and its clouds.
KAP pair industrial minimalist photographic floorlamps 1950
Pair industrial minimalist photographic floorlamps. Manufactured by 'KAP', black steel powder coated. Circa 1950. The stem can be adjusted in height between 52 inch and 89 inch with butterfly screw. The lamp shade can be adjusted in multiple directions.
Pair of black cylinder spot or sconces Raak Amsterdam 1970
Pair of black cylinder spot lights or sconces, circa 1970. Black metal tube and brushed aluminum shade with mirrored reflection. Spots mounted on a chrome stem that can be adjusted in any position. Could be used as reading light or to highlight some objects.
Poul Henningsen PH Contrast pendant for Louis Poulsen 1960
PH Contrast designed by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen. Circa 1960. The pendant consists of 10 aluminum discs. Each shade consists of four different surfaces in orange, blue, white and chrome for perfect reproduction of the light. The light passing through the lamp has an enriched tone to it through the orange reflection on the inside. The bulb can be moved up and down in the housing to enhance or reduce focus in the bottom section of the lamp. The chandelier is no more in production.
Gino Sarfatti Chandelier 2097 for Arteluce 1960
Chandelier model 2097/30 designed by Gino Sarfatti for Arteluce. Italy 1958. First production. Chrome plated metal cylinder with 30 chrome arms. Original typical split black wiring. 30 light points.
Roger Rougier for Maison Rougier Arun Flower lamp 1970s
Monumental lamp by the famous Canadian company Rougier. Circa 1970s. Rare decoration with the Arum flower. The flower is in silver perspex and the base is in solid brass. It is signed at the base with the Rougier label.
Chrome and Plexiglass modern floor lamp circa 1970
Modern floor lamp, circa 1970. White Plexiglass shade mounted on a chrome steel stem. White iron tripod base. The floor lamp can be used as reading light this by the height adjustable light source.
Aldo Tura parchment goatskin table lamp with brass cage 1950s
Parchment table lamp. Hand made wooden lamp covert with precious red colored goatskin parchment. Lampshade with brass cage. Typical aesthetics and use of material for Tura´s work, with the parchment and brass. Tura´s trademark is his use of rich materials, sculptural forms and artisanal techniques. In a time where many furniture producers were adjusting their production methods toward mass production, Tura remained committed to exquisite and traditional craftsmanship.
Alvar Aalto Golden Bell brass ceiling light for Louis Poulsen
Ceiling lamp, model ´Golden Bell´. Designed by Alvar Aalto for Louis Poulsen. Designed for the Savoy Hotel Restaurant in Helsinki, Finland 1937. Brass lampshade, white painted inside. The shade has a die cut stripe pattern all around the rim which creates an interesting play of light and shadow.
Hans Agne Jakobsson V80 set of glass and brass sconces 1960 Sweden
Pair of wall sconces. Model V80, designed in 1959 by Hans Agne Jakobsson for Hans-Agne Jakobsson AB (Markaryd). Light fixtures each featuring a clear glass globe with inside a brass body with perforated brass light diffuser. The combination of the warm vibrance of the brass and the glass spheres forms a beautiful combination. Timeless and classic design.
Holmegaard glass cone shaped pendant light 1960
Mid-Century modernist orange glass and teak cone shaped pendant glass made by Holmegaard, circa 1960. Signed ´Made in Denmark´.
Alain Richard floor lamp A14 by Pierre Disderot
Floor lamp model nr. A14 designed by Alain Richard for Pierre Disderot 1968. The sconces can be adjusted at any height and orientation. Floor lamp with round metal base, chromed metal stem and aluminum lampshade.
Hans Agne Jakobsson brass ceiling light T487 pendant by AB Markaryd
Hanging light fixture featuring a brass cylindrical shaped pendant. The shade consists of several brass layers that creates a wonderful light partition. Designed by the Swedish light designer Hans Agne Jakobsson for Markaryd, circa 1960. Model T487.