Hans-Agne Jackobsson, pair of sconce wall lights mod. V169/2 in brass and glass.
Prod. Hans-Agne Jackobsson, Sweden 1960's.
Tito Agnoli (1931-2012)
Rare extendable wall lamp model '1102' for OLuce with arm in wood and brass and large lampshade in sewn parchment and perplex, 1960's.
Tito Agnoli was born in Lima, Peru, in 1931 into an Italian family. He returns to Italy after the war. Painter by training (he studied with Sironi), in 1949 he enrolled in the Faculty of Architecture, where he graduated in 1959 and was assistant to Gio Ponti and Cardo De Darli. However, already in the early 1950s he began an intense professional activity in the field of design. He designs, among others, for Arflex, Cinova, Lema, Matteo Grassi, Molteni, Montina, Oluce, Pierantonio Bonacina, Poltrona Frau, Schiffini, Ycami. Reported several times at the Compasso d'Oro, in 1986 he won the gold medal at the Neocon in Chicago. He died in Milan in February 2012. Some pieces of him are kept in the permanent collection of the MoMA in New York.
Pair of metal and brass wall lights with curved perplex shade.
Stilux Milan manufacture, 1960's.
Pair of italian adjustable sconces in brass.
Pair of Scandinavian wall lights in curved brass.
Prod. Falknbergs, Sweden 1960's.
3 pairs available.
Unique pair of 4-light brass wall lights with original double wave lampshade.
Italian manufacture, 1950's.
Pair of sconce wall lights in curved brass.
Prod. Falkenbergs, Sweden 1960's.
Hans-Agne Jackobsson, 2 rare sconce wall lights mod. V-324 in brass.
Prod. Hans-Agne Jackobsson AB Markaryd, Sweden 1960's.
Extensible lamp with with brass stem and black painted metal shade.
Italian manufacture, 1950s.
Wall lamp with adjustable arm and extendable stick.
Painted metal and brass.
Pulegoso glass wall lamp on painted metal base.
Barovier & Toso manufacture, Murano, 1930's.
Stilnovo, 1950's wall lamp with adjustable arm and metal grid lampshade. Brass details.
Stamp of the manufacturer.
Extensible lamp with with brass stem and white painted metal shade.
Pair of 1960's ceiling lamps with a large nice shaped brass shade.
Prod. Bergboms, Sweden.
Adjustable chandelier with brass counterweight, lampshade in perspex and brass.
Manufactured in the late 50's.
Set of four ceiling lamps with painted metal shade and brass cup.
1960's Italian manufacture.
Rare adjustable chandelier in lacquered metal and brass with counterweight and pulleys.
Italian manufacture, 1940's.
Rare suspension lamp with six adjustable brass arms and painted metal diffusers.
Carl Fagerhult, rare pair of small diamond-shaped chandeliers in gray / green ground glass with transparent glass crown inside and brass wire guide.
Orrefos production, Sweden, 1960s.
Pair of pendant chandeliers with wooden stem and red blown glass diffuser.
Pair of ceiling lights in dark green painted metal with brass details and white curved glass inside.
Manifactured by Casa & Giardino, Milano, 1930s.
Gino Sarfatti, Sputnik ceiling lamp Model 2064, with 14 lights in brass and painted metal.
Perfect original condition.
Bibl.: M. Romanelli & S. Severi, Gino Sarfatti selected works 1938–1973, SilvanaEditoriale
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.
Set of 3 pendant lamps in brushed copper and lacquered aluminum, 1950s.
There are 2 sets (featuring 3 suspensions each) available.
Stilnovo, six-light chandelier with brass and wood structure. Six drop-shaped opaline glass diffusers with brass ends.
Produced by Silnovo in the late 1950s.
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.
Luigi Caccia Dominioni, splendid pair of ceiling lamps in brass and blown glass.
Prod. Azucena Milano, 1960's.
Five large Murano glass chandeliers with 24 barrel glasses and 6 lights.
Venini Manufacture, Murano 1960's.
Ceiling lamp with 3 colored glasses,
Vistosi Murano, 1960's.
Elegant table lamp with adjustable top in black painted metal and perplex, adjustable metal stem with brass finishes and marble base.
Italian manufacture, 1950's
Gino Sarfatti, rare table lamp called "mushroom" in metal and brass with marble base, model 534/4 with five lights. Long central stem ending with a painted bar handle.
Prod. Arteluce, 1951.
Bibl.: Gino Sarfatti selected works 1938-1973, Silvana Editoriale.
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.
Pair of brass table lamps with dark green silk shade.
Manifacture Bergboms Sweden 1960s.
Rare table lamp with brass base and two very original colored metal stems. Original shade in red paper.
Turin School, Italy 1950's.
Fontana Arte, pair of table lamps, one red and one green. Brass structure with stem covered in leather and thick crystal glass base.
Attr. Pietro Chiesa 1930s.
Ercole Barovier (1889-1974)
Unique pair of table lamps with glass stem in light green and gold, marble base with original switchers and silk top.
Manufactured in Murano, Venice, 1940's.
Hans-Agne Jakobsson, pair of brass table lamps.
Model B195 / 2 in brass. Produced by Hans Agne Jakobsson AB.
Table lamp with brass base and Murano glass stem, shade in fabric.
Italian manufacture, 1940's.
Table lamp with green blown glass base and silk top.
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.
Table lamp with painted ceramic base.
Signed by the designer, 1962.
Italian table lamp in metal and glass, 1950s.
Adjustable floor lamp with brass arm, white perspex lampshade, lacquered metal stem and marble base.
Stilux Milano, 1955ca.
Pair of Swedish floor lamps in brass and fabric lampshade.
Manufactured by ASEA.
Pair of 1950's floor lamps mod. G-154 in brass.
Prod. Hay, Sweden, 1950s.
Pair of elegant brass lamps with fabric shade.
Produced by Bergboms, Sweden 1960's.
Floor lamp with brass telescopic stem adjstable in all directions.
Italian manufacture 1950s.
Attr.Giuseppe Ostuni, Oluce.
Adjustable floor lamp with original colored metal shade and long articulated arm in brass. Metal stem and marble base.
Stilux Milan, 1955ca.
Floor lamp in brass with three adjustable arms and shaped cones in painted metal with elegant ends in turned wood.
Prod. Arredoluce, 1950's.
Floor lamp with marble base, brass stem and double diffuser in painted metal.
Prod. Lumen, 1950ca.
Reading lamp with lacquered metal shade and chromed metal stem.
Harvey Guzzini manufacture, Recanati, 1960's.
Floor lamp in metal and copper, with marble base.
Prod. Fog and Mørup, Denmark, 1960s.
Stilnovo, floor lamp in anodized and painted metal with fabric lampshade.
Original manufacturer label.
Stilnovo, floor lamp with articulated brass arm, adjustable in height and in all directions, painted metal shade and marble base.
Stilnovo brand, 1955.
Bibl.Stilnovo luminaires moderniste pag.93.
Floor lamp in brass with adjustable
Rare floor lamp with lacquered metal structure, brass details and metal hat with curved and satin glass bell.
Stilnovo manufacture, 1950s.
Reading lamp with cone diffuser in painted metal and marble base.
Oluce, Milan, 1950's.
Floor lamp mod. G-154 in brass.
Stilnovo, floor lamp in satin steel and parchment lampshade.
Manufacturer's stamp inside.
Floor lamp with structure in lacquered metal and diffusers in metal and opaline glass.
Pair of rare Swedish floor lamps in brass with adjustable shade.
Produced by Bergboms Sweden in early 1960's.
Rare torpedo-shaped lamp in cased glass with brass base.
an manufacture, attrItali Arredoluce, 1960's.
Floor lamp in mahogany stained wood with shelf and circular base, detail in polished metal and silk fabric shade.
Italian manufacture, 1940s.
Italian floor lamp mod.3317 with base shaped as a propeller, stem in steel and paper lampshade.
Prod. Oluce Milano, 1960's.
Wooden floor lamp with brass and glass details, mirrored base and shade in stitched parchment.
1940's Italian manufacture.