Three-legged teak floor lamp / large table lamp by Svend Aage Holm Sørensen
This large three-legged teak lamp by Svend Aage Holm Sørensen (1913-2004) was designed and executed ca in the 1950’s. It has brass fittings and an original lampshade of hand woven fabric.
It can be used as a floor lamp or a large table lamp.
H. approx. 98 cm. (38,6")
A set of four large golden brass pendants by Vilhelm Lauritzen
'The Gold Pendant' (Guldpendel) as it is called was designed for The People's House in Copenhagen in 1956 by Vilhelm Lauritzen (1894-1984).
Here is a set of four of these large golden brass pendants with perforated shades. The patented system inside the brass stem allows the length of the cord to be adjusted.
The pendants were executed by Louis Poulsen, Denmark.
H. 36,5 cm. (14,37 in.)
W. 18 cm. (7,09 in.)
This pair of elegant table lamps is glazed with a deep blue and redish brown colour.
They were produced at Søholm Ceramics ca. in the 1950s.
Model number is 941.
H. 70 cm. (27,5”)
Literature: Center of Modern Design, Copenhagen. Illums Bolighus, Denmark. Exhibition catalogue 1955, p. 44.
Teak chandelier with opaline glass globes by Uno & Östen Kristiansson
This three-armed teak chandelier has white vintage opaline glass globes.
It was executed by Luxus Vittsjö, Sweden in the 1950-1960s.
Luxus was founded in 1951 by brothers Uno (1925-2009) and Östen Kristiansson (1927-2003), after having learned the trade from their father, Evert Kristiansson. He ran Vittsjö Möbelfabrik AB and produced wooden furniture for Swedish luxury department store Nordiska Kompaniet as well as other renowned architects like Carl Malmsten.