Industrial wall or ceiling light designed in the late 1940s. The bakelite frame features a steel ring holding on opaline glass shade. The lamp is the smallest one in the last images. This listing is for a single unit but 14 are available.
Beautiful wall lights or sconces designed in the 1960s by Carl Fagerlund for Orrefors Glassworks and manufactured by Lyfa in Denmark. The sconces are made from double corrugated crystal glass with brass details and a brass base. Light source: E14/E12 (max 40W). Up to four available, price/piece.
This industrial wall or ceiling lamp was designed in the 1940s and comes from the Czech Republic. It is made of bakelite and glass and is in a very good vintage condition. This listing is for a single unit but there are eight lights available.
Kalmar in the 1960s.
Sconce is equiped with one foam glass panels mounted on steel chrome-plated frame, powered with E14 bulb.
In excellent original condition.
On request several pieces available
Through an addition of the lights of the "stone" series as the Rappottenstein or Frankenstein (also in my offer) you can create a light relief ribbon of any length you want. (see last picture).
Modernist wall lamps in brass and smoke-colored glass.
Model V 169/14. Designed and made in Sweden by Hans-Agne Jakobsson from circa 1960 second half.
Fully working and in very good vintage condition.