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Beautiful design classics, collectors items and popular design lamps.
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Vintage 'swing arm' sconce by Lakro Amstelveen from the 1960s, model N120.
This very nice articulated wall lamp has three chromed arms and is adjustable for direct light to read or indirect light on the wall or ceiling.
Rare original color and in very good condition.
The total length with hood is 85 cm and the diameter of the shade is 26 cm.
Beautiful Stilnovo three arm chandelier with opaline glass globes. Together they create an even glow when illuminated. The height of the lamp is adjustable. The spiral cord is in good condition and fully functional.
Overall in very good condition, no chips or cracks!
H 65 cm ( without the spiral cord)
W 39 cm
Vintage brutalist floor/ table lamp in the style of Ars Munda in an excellent condition.
This lamp is produced in the sixties and is made out of synthetic resin.
The light sheds through the orange parts and creates a nice atmospheric light.
Little is known about Ars Munda. It appears to be a German collective that was active in the 1960s and 1970s. They mainly produced wall decorations and wall lamps in small quantities. Some series are numbered.
Several companies existed over the years that used the name Ars Munda, so little is known about the designs by this collective.
H 58 cm
W 27 cm
Vintage 'swing arm' sconce, designed by Louis Kalff for Philips in the 1960s.
This very nice articulated wall lamp has two arms and is adjustable for direct light to read or indirect light on the wall or ceiling.
In good condition with small traces of use on the shade.
The total length of the arm with hood is 80 cm and the diameter of the shade is 28 cm.
Very attractive Herda mushroom table lamp, 1960s.
Rare, but original combination of brass and acrylic.
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemish (patina).
The lamp is technically 100% and working.
H 42 cm
Ø 26 cm
Herda was a family business / lighting factory, founded by the Daniels brothers in 1946 with main location in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Herda declared bankrupcy on June 24th 1997.
Cool black Wilko floor lamp with two adjustable spotlights from the 70's. Nice detail, the spots have an opening which creates a nice light effect! Original switch to illuminate 1 or 2 spots.
This vintage floor lamp is given its age still in very good condition with minimal traces of use.
H 163 cm
Spots: Ø 13 x 22 cm
This large 'Knubbling' floor lamp was designed by Anders Pehrson in 1971 for Atelje Lyktan, Sweden.
It features a white lacquered metal base with an integrated switch and a perspex shade and diffuser. Fully working and in good vintage condition with some marks and age-related wear on the base,
but no damages.
H 134 cm
Ø 55 cm
Most stylish and yet very cool, vintage floor lamp from OMI, designed by Koch & Lowy and made in the '70s. This floor lamp has three adjustable spots for direct light to read or indirect light on the wall or ceiling.
Given the age is in very good and original condition with only small traces of use.
The height of the lamp is 157 cm. The spots are 22 x 10 cm.
Is there anything better than a huge gold glaze ceramic brutalist floor/ table lamp? This huge beautiful lamp is made of a ceramic body and finished in an antique gold finish. This ca 60 years old lamp is very rare and in an incredibly good condition.
Total height 92 cm
Base H 49 x W 15 x D 15 cm
Shade: W 50 x D 35 x H 30 cm
Olympia floor lamp designed by Anders Pehrson for Ateljé Lyktan, Sweden 1960s.
This model was designed by Pehrson when he took over the company from Hans Bergström.
Bergström had already established the name Ateljé Lyktan, but Pehrson took it to the next level with his progressive designs. This model is characterized by Swedish sobriety and sophistication with a powerful appearance. Made of white lacquered metal. Equipped with two small fittings, which can be switched separately using the original pressure switch. Extremely suitable as a reading lamp next to an armchair.
Ø 19 cm
H 106 cm
The Orient pendant was designed by Jo Hammerborg in the 1960s for Fog & Mørup, Denmark. In the Orient series this pendant is made in two different sizes, a big one called Major and a small one called Minor. This is the Major one.
This aluminium lamp is in excellent and complete vintage condition. This piece also contains the diffuser or louvre; integrated by Hammerborg to filter and soften the light.
Ø 38 cm
H 34 cm
French modernist table lamps - model Uranus - designed by Max Sauze in the 1970s.
The aluminium lamellae forms a beautiful and ingenious, organic shaped fixture.
One E27 bulb hidden inside illuminate the fixture from the inside out, providing a refined, graphical and warm light to the surroundings.
Great set adding sophistication to any interior.
Both lights are in good condition with normal user marks.
16 x 16 cm - height 19 cm
Large stylish table lamp with three E14 bulbs - Designed by Egon Hillebrand in Germany.
While this vintage table lamp is from the 1960`s, with the Brutalist ‘ice’ effect glass shade, the classical form is reminiscent of earlier Art Deco Lighting.
The quality clear glass shade is textured and the edge simulates a water/ice effect.
The lamp is equipped with a dimmer.
H 52 cm
Ø 48 cm
Awesome large vintage table lamp made of orange ceramic, chromed metal parts and a white glass globe with a nice relief pattern, a bit in the style of Aloys Gangkofner. Most likely made in the late 1960s or 1970s.
In very good condition.
H 56 cm – Ø 26 cm
Very rare set of 2 floor lamps, model Galdino. The lamp was designed in 1972 by Carlo Urbinati for Guzzini, Italy.
The cast iron base provides the necessary stability and has a large footswitch. The tubular lampshade is made of aluminum and perforated with three stripes. Both the base and the shade are painted with a black textured lacquer. The lampshade is adjustable in height and can be turned in any direction.
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Height 173 cm – Shade 33 x 10 cm
Vintage Bumling floorlamp by Anders Pehrson for Ateljé Lyktan, Sweden 1968.
Rare, double version with adjustable shades in dark brown with white lacquered inside. Original condition with working 3-way switch and of course traces of use and age.
Today Bumling is a Swedish lightning and design classic!
H 130 x Ø 50 cm
Beautiful Murano teardrop chandelier in gilded metal and pink glass, circa 1970. Made in the style of Paolo Venini, but not signed. From the top 42 (! ) curved arms sprout up and over like a fountain. Every arm holds a roughly 16cm handblown glass teardrop in beautiful pink. In the middle are three lights bulbs (E14). Comes with original chain and canopy.
Height (without chain) 40 cm – Ø 35 cm
Stunning Wall Lamp, one of a kind!
Designed and made by Willem van Oyen for Raak Amsterdam, 1960s.
These large brutalist wall lamps were inspired by the stained glass windows of the famous Chartres Cathedral in France, also known as the Cathedral of Our Lady of Chartres, about 80 kilometres (50 mi) south-west of Paris.
H 30.5 cm x W 24 cm x D 11 cm
Willem van Oyen Senior had a small factory that produced these lamps for Raak Amsterdam, known as “BEVO glasindustrie“.
They are all handmade and therefore slightly different. The Bevo company still exist today and is now owned by his son, Willem van Oyen Junior.
This stylish floor lamp from the 1960s is elegant and minimalistic. The lamp is designed and produced by the German Cosack (Gebrüder Cosack). The beautiful spotlight is rotatable and adjustable in height.
Very good condition!
H x W x D 145 x 22 x 22 cm
Cool industrial table lamp from the 1970s in the style of Guzzini. Heavy cast iron base with chromed jump spring, flexible in all directions. In nice original condition with light wear due to age. The lamp is not marked.
Dimensions: Height 28,5 cm - Ø 9 cm
Fabulous floor lamp 'Jellyfish' from the 1970s.
The style is reminiscent of the designs of Sciolari, Italy. However, this lamp is not marked and as far as we can tell, nothing is known about its origin.
The lamp is equipped with 4 small fittings, summarized in a very nice chromed housing on a stylish 'trumpet' base.
In very good condition!
Height 160 cm - Ø hood 40 cm
Beautiful large 'brutalist' pendant lamp from Peill and Putzler, from the 1960s.
Materials burned copper and glass. Very good condition, no damage.
Height 28 cm - Ø 22 cm
This lamp in all forms and sizes are almost always attributed as Raak Amsterdam lamps, produced in the Netherlands and designed by Nanny Still-Mackinney.
Unfortunately there is absolutely no proof for it. On the contrary, these lamps never appear in a catalog published by Raak, not even a lamp in this style. Also, you will never find such a lamp with a Raak label on it. When you do a search for them, numerous models appear.
All Raak and Nanny Still… strange indeed.
By doing a lot of research we still can not proof whether it's a Nanny Still for Raak or a Peill and Putzler. But we are for 95% convinced this particulair design is from Peill and Putzler.
The technique used is invented in Murano, Italy. They call it caged glass. The glass is blown inside the copper while the copper is heated. It’s impossible to remove the glass afterwards.
Adorable vintage table lamp in the style of Jacques Biny, France 1950s.
Black lacquered hood, brass rod and Black marble base.
In good vintage condition and technically 100%.
H 27 cm
Marble base: 8.5 x 8.5 cm
Hood: Ø 10 cm
Beautiful Swedish floor lamp from the 1950s made by Falkenbergs Belysning. Heavy steel base with a red lampshade made from lacquered metal which can be arranged in different directions. The piece
is in an original vintage condition and fully functional.
This vintage item is not damaged, but may show minor signs of age-related wear, age-related patina.
Adjustable Height: 120 cm - 140 cm
Ø shade 19 cm
Stunning large and rare acrylic 1950s ceiling pendant light produced by Stilux Milano.
This spectacular light comprises two different shades, an outer concave Plexiglas shade in clear amber and an inner acrylic diffuser shade in opaque white. Together they create something wonderful! The height is adjustable, the lamp could be moved up and down using the chrome handle.
The pendant is preserved in a good condition with little signs of age and use. The spiral cord is in good condition and fully functional.
Ø 56 cm | Height total 100-140 cm l Height hood 50 cm
Very big, iconic pendant light from the 1970s, designed and produced by Harvey Guzzini, Italy.
With original chromed ceiling cap, labelled. In excellent vintage condition.
Dimensions: Ø 50 cm, height of the cap 21 cm, cabel length 120 cm
Rare and impressive vintage 'Diabolo' floor lamp by Jo Hammerborg for Fog & Mørup.
Very nice Danish design from the '60s.
The lamp is adjustable in height and the 'diabolo' hood can point in any direction. Equipped with two light sources (E27 fitting).
The lamp is in a beautiful original condition with slight traces of use appropriate to the age.
H 125-185 cm, Ø 26 cm, length hood 45 cm
A set of two very stylish wall lamps from the 70's designed by Carlo Nason for Mazzega, Italy. Shaped with hand blown 'paste' Murano glass in a chromed housing. Excellent condition without any noteworthy traces of use.
Both lamps are equipped with two E27 sockets with new LED ball lamps.
W 30 cm | H 12 cm
Rare Italian floor lamp Targetti Sankey, 1970s.
In 1975 Targetti started with the Altalite campaign and that lasted till 1979. In that time they have worked with a few different designers. Its hard to find out who designed this lamp because its a really rare one to find but never the less its still a beauty. The lamp is in a really good condition and has minor signs of use. Technically 100%
H 185 cm
Ø 40 cm
"Relemme" pendant lamp by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni for Flos. Enameled spun aluminium shade, fitted with a silver domed reflection bulb. Lower rim fitted with black rubber strip for protection. Complete with original cord, ceiling cap and Flos sticker.
The Relemme is part of the permanent collection of The Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Ø 39 cm
H 15 cm
Great and elegant vintage chandelier by Italian designer Mazzega, featuring his signature white to amber artistic handblown glass globes. Five Murano glass balls situated on a tubular chrome base and connected with wooden rings on a long chrome pole. Pretty soft light, very beautiful decorative effect. Excellent vintage condition with original chain and ceiling cap, no chips, cracks or bruises.
H 34 cm
Ø 54 cm
This is a lovely, stylish vintage floorlamp with a very funky look.
Designed by Walter Gerhards in West Germany.
It has shades of orange, lime green, brown and grey within the glaze.
All in good condition. Fully working, with a bulb in the base as well as top.
H 130 cm
Ø 38 cm
Expressive Large Vintage Floor Lamp from France. Very nice Brass base combined with Opaline Glass. One light in the glass bottom and one light under the shade. Original version with original shade, original wiring and original three-way switch.
Beautiful lighting effect.
H 139 cm
Ø 39 cm
Industrial floor lamp from the 60's, nice example of vintage Scandinavian design. The design is by Hans-Agne Jakobsson, produced by AB Markaryd Sweden.
The large spot can be adjusted in every possible way and is equipped with an original (working) switch. Beautiful vintage condition!
Color: dark green
H 113 cm | Ø 53 cm
Very Rare Adjustable Rod Floor lamp with Diabolo shade from Dutch manufacturer Herda (Amsterdam). Nice Dutch design in the manner of Stilnovo. The lamp has it’s original lacquered shade, with two E14 sockets. The black base is made of cast iron.
The lamp is adjustable in many different positions. The height is 137 cm high, the wide approximately 60 cm. The diameter of the shade is 16,5 cm. The lamp is in good condition with some minor signs of use appropriate to age. Marked on the bottom.
This will be a centerpiece of attention in any home or interior.