Lotus Table Lamp all made in steel by Charles Paris (Maison Charles), 1970s. Signed "Charles made in France".
The lamp has been gently used showing few traces, that also can be removed or faded by a steel cleaner product, as you desire. From our side we like to keep the natural patina and history of an "Historical Design".
H: 75cm x D: 40cm
A Huge handcrafted Italian floor lamp from early 1970s, confectionned with bamboo, rattan, and straw.
Three circular bases in different sizes helping to keep the balance and counterweight of the long bent stem and the large shade.
This lamp is in a almost perfect condition.
H: 205cm x W: 90cm x Base diametter: 52cm
A French floor lamp composed by a solid mahogany tube and a base in chromed steel and mahogany. A great quality work.
A large brown-coffee shade and gold details.
No furter documentation about this beautiful lamp besides it French origins, 1970s.
In a great vintage condition
H: 174cm x Dm: 66cm (shade)
Philippe Barbier Chrome Table Lamp Manufactured by Solken Leuchten, W.Germany, circa 1975.
The chrome is in a very good vintage condition. Contains very few traces of use and a natural chrome patina. The shade isn't the original and it can be replaced.
H: 70cm x Base Diameter: 13cm
Maison Barbier was a small factory in the Rue du Pré aux Clercs, near the Boulevard
Saint-Germain in the centre of Paris. The company is long gone.
Philippe Barbier was a well-known French designer. He was the first to
distribute the famous stool “Tam-Tam” designed by Henry Massonnet
(1922-2005), which he helped to develop. The chair is still in production.
Philippe Barbier also "designed lamps for other companies in Europe" and around the world. His designs were very popular, you can find many lamps that look similar like this one. On this website you can find some examples of lamps he designed.
Manufacturer: Hustadt-Leuchten, Arnsberg,
Germany. The company does not exist any more. they always produced high quality lighting.
Philippe Barbier was a well-known French designer. He was the first to distributethe famous stool “Tam-Tam” designed by Henry Massonnet (1922-2005), which he helped to develop. The chair is still in production.
*A couple Barbier table lamps used as a prop in the 1983 James Bond movie “Never Say Never Again” with Sean Connery. Also used as a prop in the French comedy “Le Mac” made in 2010, directed by Pascal Bourdiaux.
*MAISON BARBIER was a small factory in Rue du Pré aux Clercs, near Boulevard Saint-Germain Paris. The company is long gone...
Both on very good condition. Silk shade in excellent condition.
Height 60cm x Base Diameter 14cm
Price for the pair*
Huge polished brass three globe table lamp by Massive Belgium.
Massive was in origin a bronze foundry and they produced mainly candlesticks, crucifixes and chandeliers in Wilrijk near Antwerp, Belgium. The company was founded in 1926 by Pieter-Jozef De Jaeck. His son Eddy De Jaeck was responsible for the huge expansion of the company in the 1970s. But it were his sons, Piet and Jan De Jaeck who made Massive a true multinational. Thus, they moved production to Eastern Europe and China.
Massive has worked with many famous 70s designers such as Willy Daro.
In the 1980s Massive became the leading brand in
Europe. In 2002, the brothers left the company to the investment fund CVC Capital Partners, for allegedly more than 250
Since 2008 the company is owned by Philips and the name of the shops is changed into Light Gallery.
When the takeover by Philips was announced in November 2006 Massive commercialised more than 10.000 lighting products under brand names such as Massive, TRIO and Lirio. The group had about 5.000 employees worldwide and was active in 70 countries.
All the electric parts were made by VLM Components in the 70s. VLM Components was founded in 1945 in Buccinasco, a small village near Milan, Italy. VLM Components is part of the Relco Group, founded in 1967. Today they are the owners of the brands Relco, Leuci, Relco Lighting, VLM Components and Segno. VLM Components became famous for the switches they produce which were designed by Achille Castiglioni in 1968. This lamp is equipped with the model 450 switch.
(Courtesy info by vintage-info BE)
In a good vintage condition with the original shade.
H: 95 x D;62cm
Willy Rizzo chrome and polished brass floor lamp by Lumica with an original silk shads, Italy 1970s.
An sculptural "Disco-Chic" bicolor lamp with chrome tips are a unique 1970s design reflective of Rizzo’s Italian genius.
H: 164cm x W/D: 45cm
Pair of Romeo Rega geometrical-contructivist table lamps in brass and chrome. Italy 1070s.
The pair are in avery good condition with the original shades. Only some parts of the chrome that lost some brightness with the time. No scratches.
H: 55.88cm x W: 11.99cm x D: 11.99cm
Large table lamp manufactured in gold glazed ceramic with 1 x E27 Edison screw fit bulb holders. They
are with original wiring, in an excellent vintage working condition. The golde plating
shows some small signs of use near the switch on the top of the lamp (3rd picture).
H: 52cm x D: 22cm
Brass floor lamp with six arms and round amber glass globes designed by Hans-Agne Jakobsson and produced in his studio in Markaryd, Sweden, not
labelled, probably has been detached from the bottom of lamp.
Slight signs of age on brass, one small nicks on the base of the glass globe.
H: 165cm x D: 40cm
Hans-Agne Jakobsson, born 1919 on Gotland, died 2009 in Markaryd ,
was a Swedish interior designer and furniture designer. He was especially noted for his design of lamp fixtures where many models have become collector's items.
He studied as an architect in Gothenburg and was employed as an industrial designer at General Motors.  He was assistant to Carl Malmsten and in 1951 he founded Hans-Agne Jakobsson AB in Markaryd.
An unique and a magnificent piece, artisanally gilt hand-carved wood table lamp.
An Italian master work, unsigned and in a great vintage condition. Originally from Venezia, it is all we know about it.
H: 59cm x 19cm / 38cm
A table lamp version Hans Kögl palm lamp by Hans Kögl manufacture, 1970, West Germany.
Gilt metal Hollywood Regency. Fronds of leaves arranged to form a gilt statement palm tree
The tree has three bulb holders for E14 bulbs
In very good vintage condition
Pair of 1970s "Disco-Chic" brass table lamps by Paolo Traversi International Milano. All in Brass , signed Paolo traversi int. Made in Italy.
Both in a very good vintage condition with few Traces of wear commensurate with age.
H: 73cm x Base 22,5 x
Pair of curb-rectangular table lamp, in the manner to Angelo Mangiarotti, Italy 1970s
The pair are in a very good vintage condition
H: 24cm x W/D: 10cm
pair of STRIP table lamp designed by Preben Jacobsen (1934-2012) & Brylle Flemming (B.1935).
An experimental pop-space-age that became very collectable as unique for it time. Composed by a frame in transparent plexiglass, flexible rings straps in white PVC, and a bakelite socket. Designed and manufactured over 50 years ago, made in DENMARK.
Artist Flemming Brylle (born 26 august 1935) and industrial designer Preben Jacobsen designed this light in 1965. Until a few years back they were in the design board of Quality System, mentoring the young team, and ensuring the steady flow of new designs.
*showing some slight traces of use.
Height: 48cm x Diameter: 32
*Price for the pair
A Hollywood Regency gilt-patinated-copper palm tree lamp. Designed by Hans Kögl in 1970, W.Germany.
This lamp creates a fantastic warm-room atmosphere, from a dimmer switch you can create the desirable luminosity adjustment.
It is in a very good vintage condition
Manufactured by Arteluce in 1979, made in ITALY. Composed by a Triangular base in cast iron
crackled black painted base,from which rises a black steel rod with a red sheath terminated by a rotating perforated sheet metal shade in a pyramidal
This lamp was produced in a very a small quantity, and it became very rare to find it.
In a good vintage condition, with minors scratchs on the tube.
Height: 203 cm.
Imposant Silver chromed and polished brass table lamp was designed by Willy Rizzo during the 1970s, and manufactured in ITALY by Lumica.
It features a brass frame with silver chromed details.There are three sources which can be switched from one to three (three-step).
Lumica signature and stamp under the light socket. Made in Italy
Both in a excellent vintage condition.
Height: 77cm x Base: 25cm x 14cm
price for the pair
A magnificent small Rimini turquoise blue glazed ceramic table lamp, cube shaped body with horse decoration attributed to Aldo Londi for Bitossi circa 1950's.
The shade and electric cable are orininal and all in a very good vintage condition.
Height 34cm / Base 8cm x 8cm / Body: Depth 10cm x Width 14cm
Exceptional white glass lamps with transparent glass inclusions and brass hardware designed by Michael Bang for HOLMEGAARD DENMARK circa
Glass vase in excellent condition.
Height: Vase 34cm + Shade 72cm
Diameter: 14cm vase / 45cm Shade