Rare cylindrical ceiling lamp by Uno & Östen Kristiansson
This rare ceiling lamp (model 555) was designed in the 1950s and executed by Swedish mirror and lighting producer ‘Luxus’ in the town of Vittsjö.
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.
The frame and ceiling cup are in oak with opal plexiglass shade and diffusers on each end.
Pair of white midcentury floor lamps by Svend Aage Holm Sørensen
A pair of floor lamps in white lacquered steel designed by Svend Aage Holm Sørensen (1913-2004).
They were manufactured by Swedish producer ASEA (Allmänna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget) in the 1950s.
The model number is: E1768
H. 141 cm. (65")
W. of shade 14,5 cm. (11,8")
Black and yellow uranium glazed spherical table lamp by Kähler
This spherical earthenware table lamp was executed by Herman A. Kähler, Denmark, ca. in the 1930s.
It is decorated with black and yellow uranium glaze.
The lamp has the ‘HAK’ monogram incised.
Provenance: It has been part of a large and important Danish private collection of Kähler pottery acquired over the past 40 years.
Pair of turquoise glazed table lamps by Nils Kähler
This pair of partially glazed turquoise stoneware table lamps designed by Nils Kähler (1906-1979) was manufactured by Herman A. Kähler, Denmark in the 1950s-1960s.
More matching stoneware pieces are available.
The lamps are incised ‘HAK – Niels – Danmark’.
H. incl. shade fitting:
Smaller lamp 43 cm. (17“)
Larger lamp 50 cm. (19,7″)
H. without socket:
Smaller lamp 24 cm. (9,5“)
Larger lamp 32 cm. (12,6″)
Very large and unique ceramic lamp by Sejer Keramikfabrik
This very large ceramic table or floor lamp has details of brass and colored glass. It was designed and executed by Sejer Keramikfabrik located on the island of Funen in Denmark. Circa 1960.
Sejer Keramikfabrik was a smaller potter's studio which produced various limited production pieces and often elegantly glazed. The pieces were rarely credited to one specific potter, as management believed it was the studio that should stand out, and not one single potter.
The lamp is signed on the base.
H. 55 cm. (21,7")
H. incl. lamp shade mount: 75 cm. (29,5")
W. 32 cm. (12,6")