A fantastic vintage Danish floor lamp in teak, this dates from the 1960’s. It is in amazing condition for its age, the wool shades just have some minor wear. This has two adjustable heads that can be raised, tilted and swivelled to various positions, and this is in good working order.
Width – 70 cm (Width of base – 27 cm)
Height – 159 cm
A stylish and well made vintage floor lamp from the 1960’s, this is in great condition for its age and is in good working order. The lamp shade can be tilted and raised, we also have a matching pair of table lamps listed under our other items for sale.
Width – 27 cm
Height – 138 cm
A stunning pair of vintage table lamps, these date from the 1960’s. The frames are painted steel, which is slightly distressed with some surface wear and chipping to be seen throughout. The large glass shades are in great condition with no damage. All is structurally sound, these have been re-wired and are in good working order. They are stamped with the makers mark ‘Bray’.
Width – 23 cm
Depth – 15 cm
Height – 44 cm
An amazing pair of vintage table lamps / spotlights, these date from around the 1950-60’s. They were made by Century Lighting Inc in New York, they have been re-wired and are in good working order. The stands were probably added later but they are also pretty old, with various signs of superficial wear, which just adds to the charm. The height is adjustable, these can also be rotated and tilted to various angles.
Width – 28 cm
Height – 52 cm – 70 cm
A stunning and unusual vintage ceramic lamp, I believe this is Danish and it dates from around the 1960’s. It is made from eight separate blue ceramic pieces, held together by the wiring. The condition is very good with no damage to the pottery at all. This sits stable and sound when in place, though when transporting this you have to be a little careful as the pieces aren’t held together very tightly. This is in good working order, the shade has been added by us, it’s in good clean condition with only some very minor wear.
Width – Shade – 37 cm Lamp stand – 15 cm
Height – Shade – 74 cm Bulb socket – 60 cm
A beautiful vintage lamp on a teak tripod base, with a stunning blue decorated shade. The shade seem to be a print of a signed painting depicting a medieval scene. The condition is great for its age, the lamp has a little wear and two faint marks on omne side, seen in the images. The teak frame is clean and sturdy with no damage, we have had this re-wired and it’s in good working order.
Width – 39 cm at the base – 31 cm shade
Height – 151 cm
An absolutely stunning vintage table lamp from the 1960’s. It’s made from textured glass which is a greenish grey colour, with a chrome base and neck. The quality is amazing and this is in good working order. We have paired this with a vintage cream shade that is also in pretty good condition, with some minor wear to be seen on the lower edges.
Width Shade – 28 cm
Width Base – 21 cm
Height – 54 cm
A beautifully made and very practical vintage lamp with a built in table from the Art Deco period, this dates from around the 1920-30’s. We have had this stripped and re-polished and also newly re-wired, the condition is superb for it’s age. The shade is later in date, it’s from the 1960-70’s and is also in very good condition, with only some very minor wear.
Width – 53 cm
Depth – 29 cm
Height – 175 cm
This is a beautiful and rare pair of vintage chandeliers, designed by the famous Verner Panton, made in Switzerland by J. Luber. This model is called the Fun DM, they are made from steel with hanging shell disks. The condition is excellent for their age, there is a little minor wear to the shells here and there, but all is intact and they are in good working order.
Width – 32 cm
Height – 42 cm
A stunning and very rare floor lamp made in Italy, these was designed by Gaetano Sciolari, it dates from the 1960’s. This model is rarely seen, it’s in good working order and in pretty good condition for its age. There is some rubbing to the chrome frame seen in the images. Also, something that I did not notice at first, is the white magnetic plaques on the lower portion of the frame have actually been replaced with white cardboard cutouts. This hardly detracts from the look at all, and is only noticeable if you get down on the floor and look very closely. There is also a tiny bit of damage to the frame of the shade, one of the supports is loose, it does stay in place when left alone on the floor, but it can pop out of place when you carry the shade around.
Width – 57 cm
Depth – 57 cm
Height – 90 cm