Pair of wall lamps with articulated brass arms and lacquered metal cones.
Italian manufacture 1950s.
Large thick glass wall lamp with metal structure and parchment lampshade.
Brusotti & C. 1940ca.
Wall lamp with adjustable arm and extendable stick.
Painted metal and brass, France 1950s.
Pair of brass sconces with original shaped lampshades.
1930's Pulegoso glass wall lamp on a painted metal base, prod. Barovier & Toso.
Stilnovo, 1950's wall lamp with adjustable arm and metal grid lampshade. Brass details.
Stamp of the manufacturer.
Two pair of large wall lights in glass and brass.
Gino Sarfatti, Sputnik ceiling lamp with 14 lights in brass and painted metal.
Perfect original condition.
Pietro Chiesa, large chandelier with central disk in very thick Nile green glass and two bells in curved glass with brass stem.
Fontana Arte, 1940s.
Hans A. Jacobsson, set of four pending lamps in brass and blown glass.
Prod. Haj, Stockholm Sweden, 1960s.
Pair of rare 1960's ceiling lamps with a large nice shaped brass shade.
Prod. Bergboms, Sweden.
Set of 3 pendant lamps in brushed copper and lacquered aluminum, 1950s.
There are 2 sets (featuring 3 suspensions each) available.
Sergio Mazza, set of 3 pendant lamps mod. "Delta Piccolo", prod. Artemide. Glass and stainless steel.
Winner at the Compasso D'Oro Award in 1960.
Gio Ponti, adjustable ceiling lamp in perplex and metal details.
Stilnovo Milano, 1956.
Bibl.: "Domus" nr. 337, December 1957, p.32
Luigi Caccia Dominioni, splendid pair of ceiling lamps in brass and blown glass.
Prod. Azucena Milano, 1960's.
Small six-light chandelier in brass and colored metal.
Italian manufacture from the 1950s.
Alessandro Mazzuccotelli, Liberty style wrought–iron suspension candelabra, late 19th-early 20th century.
Alessandro Mazzucotelli (1865 - 1938) was an Italian craftsman, particularly known as a master blacksmith and decorator. A specialist in wrought–iron working, Mazzucotelli came to fame thanks to his decorative approach, which became very popular among Liberty artists, architects and designers in Italy and abroad. His works were showcased for the first time in 1902, at the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative Art in Turin. He collaborated with famous architects such as Giuseppe Sommaruga, Gaetano Moretti, Ernesto Pirovano, Franco Oliva, Ulisse Stacchini and Silvio Gambini. In 1925 he was called by Gabriele D'Annunzio, together with other artists, to decorate the sumptuous residence of the Vittoriale in Gardone Riviera. He participated in multiple international projects and exhibitions, gaining recognition and eminent prizes.
Ceiling lamp with 3 colored glasses,
Vistosi Murano, 1960's.
H.Agne Jacobsson, set of 5 wonderful lights in brass, Sweden 1950's.
Ettore Sottsass, table lamp with painted ceramic base.
Signed Ettore Sottsass, 1962.
H.Agne Jacobsson, pair of elegant 1960's brass table lamps with silk shade.
Prod Haj, Sweden.
Hans-Agne Jakobsson, pair of brass table lamps.
Model B195 / 2 in brass. Produced by Hans Agne Jakobsson AB.
F.lli Castiglioni, pair of table lamps mod. Gatto. Prod. Flos, 1960.
Table lamp with green blown glass base and silk top.
John K.Heyl, Germany 1960's
H.Agne Jacobsson, pair of 1960's brass table lamps with silk shade. Bergboms Sweden.
Extraordinary table lamp with brass base and two very original colored metal stems. Original shade in red paper.
Turin School, Italy 1950's.
Stilnovo, rare table lamp with metal and brass top and curved glass shade, three metal legs with brass tips.
The pastel yellow color is original and perfectly preserved.
Stilnovo production 1950ca.
H.Agne Jakobsson, rare 1950's adjustable table lamp, model B-54, in painted metal with wooden stem. The lights feature a teak, tapered and slanted base, which rests on a white lacquered foot and holds a white shade. The circular foot is finished with brass lining. A stunning example of Scandinavian Modern design.
Stilnovo, floor lamp with articulated brass arm, adjustable in height and in all directions, painted metal shade and marble base.
Stilnovo brand, 1955.
Tito Agnoli, metal and brass floor lamp with marble base and black and white methacrylate shade.
Produced by Oluce 1955.
Hans Pherson, pair of brass lamps with adjustable shade. Sweden early 1960s.
Stilux Milano, floor lamp with metal and brass stem, six opaline glass sphere lights and marble base.
Stilux Milan, 1960s.
Stilux Milano, early 1960's floor lamp with painted metal stem and three bulb lights in glass and metal.
Pair of elegant brass lamps with fabric shade.
Produced by Bergboms, Sweden 1960's.
Pair of rare Swedish floor lamps in brass with adjustable shade.
Produced by Bergboms Sweden in early 1960's.
Luigi Caccia Dominioni, floor lamp mod. "Double Balloon" in brass, frosted glass and marble base. Prod. Azucena, 1958.
Bibl.: Azucena: Mobili e Oggetti, Azucena, ppg. 264-265
Arredoluce, rare 1950s floor lamp in orange coated glass, with round brass base.
Hans-Agne Jakobsson, pair of 1950's floor lamps mod. G-154 in brass. Sweden, 1950s.
Stilux, adjustable floor lamp with painted metal shade and marble base. Prod.Stilux Milano, 1950's.
Italian 1960's floor lamp with a base shaped as a propeller, stem in steel and paper lampshade.
Stilux Milano, 1950's floor lamp in metal and brass with two stems one of which is adjustable. Lamp shades in painted metal and nice marble base.
Carlo Nason, 1960's floor lamp mod. Birillo, Prod. A.V. Mazzega Italy.
The lamp is made of two blown Murano glasses connected in the center by a chromed cylinder. The two parts can be illuminated separately.