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  • Cobra Desk lamp by Masayuki Kurokawa, Japan (1970s) for Staff (Germany) and Yamagiwa corporation (Japan)

    Cobra Desk lamp by Masayuki Kurokawa, Japan (1970s) for Staff (Germany) and Yamagiwa corporation (Japan)

    £750.00

    This Cobra desk lamp is in excellent condition with slight wear consistent with age. 

    It is in full working order, with a British plug attached. 

    Dimensions, W 21cm D 33cm H 25cm

    Masayuki Kurokawa was born in Nagoya, Japan in 1937. After graduating from the Nagoya Institute of Technology and completing his doctorate at Waseda University, He established Kurokawa Masayuki Architect Studio in 1967, Butsugaku Research Institute in 1998 and Designtope Co. Ltd. in 2001 which supports young designers.

    Known as the "Godfather of Japanese Design", Masayuki Kurokawa has become synonymous with successfully blending eastern and western aesthetic concepts, initiated a new era of architecture and industrial moulding design in Japan.

    His works span multiple fields of architecture, interior, furniture, and products. Masayuki Kurokawa was a guest professor at several universities in Japan and China and has won multiple awards including the Design of the Day, German IF Award, and Good Design Golden Award. 

    His works are part of permanent collections in art institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and the Denver Art Museum. 

    Yamagiwa Corporation

    The Yamagiwa corporation was founded in 1923 by Hirofumi Yamagiwa (1900-1947). Yamagiwa is the leading Japanese lighting manufacturer. The company also sells lighting from several global lamp producerssych as FLOS, Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Poulsen, Artemide, Hans-Agne Jakobsson, Le Klint, Anglepoise, Tom Dixon and many more. Yamagiwa is part of Maruwa Co., Ltd.

    The company produced many lamps for Staff. Among others the lamps designed by Kazuo Motozawa and Motoko Ishii.

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  • Pottery Lamp and shade by Martin Pettinger for Somerset (1960s) UK

    Pottery Lamp and shade by Martin Pettinger for Somerset (1960s) UK

    £325.00

    A Somerset pottery table lamp with neutral linen shade by Martin Pettinger 1960's,

    Lamp without shade

    28cm high including fitting

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  • A 1970'S AB Fagerhults standard lamp (1970s) Sweden

    A 1970'S AB Fagerhults standard lamp (1970s) Sweden

    £250.00

    A 1970'S AB Fagerhults standard lamp in orange and yellow with single adjustable light

    Space age cobra floor lamp from the Swedish manufacturer Fagerhult in the 1970s.

    The flexible black plastic gooseneck allows you to direct the light in any direction. Small button on the head switches on and off.

    145 cm tall

    This is in full working order and PAT tested 

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  • Space age Bakelite desk lamp by Klaus Muslinowski for VEB Dresden, Germany (1980s)

    Space age Bakelite desk lamp by Klaus Muslinowski for VEB Dresden, Germany (1980s)

    £400.00

    A German flexible lamp made from Bakelite.  Designed by Klaus Muslinowski and manufactured by publicly owned company VEB Dresden during the timemof the former DDR (East Germany)

    This lamp is in full working order but we have not had is PAT tested by an electrician snd suggest you do before using it. It has a British plug.

    Height 37cm 

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  • Studio pottery lamps with shades by Marianne De Trey (1960s)

    Studio pottery lamps with shades by Marianne De Trey (1960s)

    £150.00

    Marianne de Trey (1913-2016) A pair of studio pottery lamp bases with shades, with impressed potters domestic wares seals.

    These are in full working and were last PAT tested in 2021 

    40cm overall height

    priced individually

    Born in London to Swiss parents.  Marianne studied textile design at the Royal College of Art.  After time in America she returned to the UK where she and her husband, Sam Haile, established a pottery in Darlington, Devon which was originality designed for Bernard Leach. Marianne he continued to pot and teach here until 1985.

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  • A large round based Bitossi ceramic table lamp and shade, Italian (1960s)

    A large round based Bitossi ceramic table lamp and shade, Italian (1960s)

    £500.00

    A large Aldo Londi Bitossi for Bitossi handcrafted Art Pottery Ceramic table lamp (1950s). Featuring a classic textured, hand decorated glazed dots and dashes form in cream tones.

    In excellent condition with no chips or cracks

    Dimensions,

    Height - base 30cm, overall 53cm

    Lamp shade in neutral biscuit colour included.

    Fully working order with UK plug, PAT tested.

    We also have a matching round based lamp available (pictured)

     



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  • Pair of Klot 3 wall lamps by Hemi, Sweden (1970s)

    Pair of Klot 3 wall lamps by Hemi, Sweden (1970s)

    £160.00

    A pair of 1970s table / wall lights. In brown sprayed aluminium. The shade smoothly oscillates on the base to change the angle of the light. For use as table or wall lights. In very good vintage condition with some light marks and age related wear, the bases, where they attach to the wall are scratched as photographed clearly.

    Fully working, UK plug and PAT tested, March 2023.

    24cm high / 20cm diameter of shades

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  • Large Grey Memphis Group style table lamp (1980s)

    Large Grey Memphis Group style table lamp (1980s)

    £550.00

    This stunning sculptural lamp has been designed in the style of The Memphis Group movement. Founded in Milan in 1981 by Ettore Sottsass.  The lamp has been produced in turned wood and the base is painted in a speckled design of grey black and white. 

    The wood and paint are in excellent condition with no chips.  The white tapered lamp shade is new, made from cotton and folded in design.

    The black lamp holder has a crack that has been repaired and is in good working order (clearly photographed).

    The lamp is being sold as a decorative item.  It is in full working order. We have not carried out electrical test ourselves. The item was bought at auction with a passed electrical safety test sticker dating from 4/5/2021 (photographed).  Buyers should conduct there own electrical safety tests.

    Dimensions,

    72cm x 30cm

    There is another Memphis style lamp available as seen in the last photograph, please check the alternative listing.

    If you would like to view these items at our Hertfordshire studio, please contact us.

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