Mid Century Table Lamp Italian Design 50s Vintage Cone Murano Gio Ponti Stilnovo

Mid Century Table Lamp Italian Design 50s Vintage Cone Murano Gio Ponti Stilnovo

Mid Century Table Lamp Italian Design 50s Vintage Cone Murano Gio Ponti Stilnovo

Mid Century Table Lamp Italian Design 50s Vintage Cone Murano Gio Ponti Stilnovo

Mid Century Table Lamp Italian Design 50s Vintage Cone Murano Gio Ponti Stilnovo

Mid Century Table Lamp Italian Design 50s Vintage Cone Murano Gio Ponti Stilnovo

Mid Century Table Lamp Italian Design 50s Vintage Cone Murano Gio Ponti Stilnovo

Mid Century Table Lamp Italian Design 50s Vintage Cone Murano Gio Ponti Stilnovo

Mid Century Table Lamp Italian Design 50s Vintage Cone Murano Gio Ponti Stilnovo

Ceramic Cone Lamp with Modernist Motif by Guerrieri Murano, Italy, 1950s. A Mid-century modern “Guerrieri Murano” table lamp made in Italy circa 1950′s. This hand-painted ceramic lamp features exquisite stylized decoration, the double cone shape of this ceramic lamp reflects the typical style during the 19 50s of the most famous lighting companies in Italy such as Stilnovo, Arteluce and Arredoluce. This lamp was produced by one of the few laboratories that deal with ceramics , not glass, in Murano, the “Guerrieri” factory. From the information in the database of the Italian ceramics archive (Archivio Ceramica Italiana) it was founded in the 30′s and ceased its activity in the early 1960s. Important artists collaborated in the production of the “Guerrieri” company, including: Umberto Bellotto, Giuliana Bogo, Giuseppe and Novello Rosso, Umberto Soldà and the famous painter Emilio Vedova. Unfortunately I cannot attribute the artist who made the work with certainty. In beautiful vintage condition, working (1 bulb E27), disassembled and cleaned, rewired but still retain, as proof of originality and age, its old ceramic bulb holder, switch and plug which were serviceable. “Guerrieri Murano” signature on base. 8.5 (22cm) – Diameter ca. The style of this lamp considering the production period, the 50s, is exceptionally modern. Period: 1950s / Mid-Century Modern Place of Origin: Italy Materials: Ceramic Style: Modernist / Sputnik Manufacture: Guerrieri Murano Dimensions: Height ca. 4 (11cm) Electricity: 1 bulb E27, 110/220 volt (bulb not included) Condition: Working / Good vintage condition with minor signs and wear consistent with age and use. You have the right to cancel and return your order within 14 days, for any reason and with no justification. You must return an item in the same condition as it was received, not altered in any way. As with any vintage electrical item the lamp need to be checked by a competent electrician before use. Among my objects you can find works of Age & MYTHOS, AARNIO, ARTEMIDE, BELLINI, BONETTO, CASSINA, CASTIGLIONI, COLOMBO, DE GOTZEN, EAMES, KOSTA BODA, MANGIAROTTI, MARI, MUNARI, OFFREDI, OPI, POULSEN, PANTON, RAMPOLDI, ZANUSO ARTEMIDE, AUTOVOX, BRAUN, BRIONVEGA, EUROPHON, FLOS, KARTELL, LESA, MINERVA, MAGNADYNE, PANASONIC, PHONOLA, POLTRONOVA, RADIOMARELLI, SIEMENS, SINUDYNE, ULTRAVOX, VOXSON, WELTRON, GIO PONTI, GABRIELLA CRESPI, STILNOVO, ARTELUCE, OLUCE, ARREDOLUCE MONZA, ANGELO LELLI, GINO SARFATTI, TITO AGNOLI, FRANCO ALBINI, GAE AULENTI, ETTORE SOTTSASS, MICHELE DE LUCCHI, ARTEMIDE, PAOLO DE POLI, VENINI, FULVIO BIANCONI, CARLO SCARPA, OSCAR TORLASCO, LUMI MILANO, FONTANA ARTE, MAX INGRAND, PIETRO CHIESA, CARLO NASON, MAZZEGA, Castiglioni, Joe Colombo, Nathalie Du Pasquier, Charles & Ray Eames, Gaetano Pesce, Keith Haring, Vico Magistretti, Enzo Mari, Alberto Meda, Bruno Munari, Adriano Rampoldi, Denis Santachiara, kd29, Gino Sarfatti, Tobia Scarpa, Saarinen, Ettore Sottsass, George Sowden, Studio OPI, Matteo Thun, Gino Valle, Marco Zanuso, prodotti da Alessi, Arredoluce, Arteluce, Artemide, Bilumen, Bonacina, Braun, Brionvega, Candle, Castelli, Cenedese, Cini&Nils, Danese, Ens, Europhon, Flos, Fontana Arte, Goldscheider, Kartell, Herman Miller, Guzzini, Limburg, Luceplan, Mazzega, MIM, Carlo Moretti, Olivetti, Oluce, Penny, Philips, Rosenthal, Solari, Stilnovo, Stilux, Targetti, Tyco, Valenti, Voxson, Zanotta, Zani&Zani, WILLY RIZZO, MAISON JANSEN, KAISER IDELL, GUARICHE, BRAUN, KRUPS CLOCK, MURANO GLASS, FASE MADRID, INDUSTRIAL LAMP, SERGE MOUILLE, CHRISTIAN DELL, ART DECO, BAUHAUS, KARTELL, ANGELO BROTTO, RUELLAND, JIELDE, MATHIEU MATEGOT, ARTELUCE, GAE AULENTI, INGO MAUER, CASTIGLIONI, GRAS LAMPE, SPUTNIK, FONTANA ARTE, ETTORE SOTTSASS, MARCEL BREUER, ARREDOLUCE, SARFATTI, CHARLOTTE PERRIAND, GUZZINI, GAE AULENTI, COCOTTE, LOUIS KALFF, JOE COLOMBO, VENINI, GAETANO SCIOLARI, STARCK, BAROVIER TOSO, VERNER PANTON LAMPE LIGHT CEILING, Gaetano Sciolari, Sciolari, Glass, Chrome, Chandelier, Italy, 1970s, Sciolari Chandelier, Murano Glass, Pendant Chandelier, Mid Century Chandelier, White and Amber, Mazzega Murano, Mazzega, Modern lighting fixtures, Modern lighting, Modernism, Space Age, Atomic, Ufo, Sputnik, Household Objects, Italian Furniture, Italian Design, Design, Contemporary Design, 20th Century Furniture, 20th Century Design, Glass, Italy, Design, Floor Lamp, Table Lamp, Lighting, Stained Glass, Industrial Design, Furniture, Architecture, MoMA, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Vitra Design Museum, Salone del Mobile, biomorphic, Rationalist, Franco Albini, Gio’ Ponti, Ico Parisi, Piero Fornasetti, Ignazio Gardella, Luigi Caccia Dominioni, Vico Magistretti, Ettore Sottsass, Marco Zanuso, Achille Castiglioni, Piergiacomo Castiglioni, BBPR group, Banfi, Belgiojoso, Peressutti, Rogers, Mario Bellini, Vico Magistretti, Gae Aulenti, Angelo Mangiarotti, Enzo Mari, Rodolfo Bonetto, Anti-Design, Mendini, Branzi, post-modern, neo-modern, Memphis group, Alchimia group, Alessandro Guerriero, Gruppo 7, led by Luigi Figini, Gino Pollini, Giuseppe Terragni, Lightolier, Boulanger, Leola. The item “Mid Century Table Lamp Italian Design 50s Vintage Cone Murano Gio Ponti Stilnovo” is in sale since Friday, November 1, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Periods & Styles\Mid-Century Modernism”. The seller is “spatheia” and is located in Milano. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Featured Refinements: Mid Century Modern table Lamp
  • Style: Modernist
  • Sub-Style: Italian
  • Maker: Guerrieri Murano
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Type: Table Lamp
  • Color: Blue

Tiffany Style PEACOCK Lamp Stained Glass Design Vintage Antique 13 Jeweled

Tiffany Style PEACOCK Lamp Stained Glass Design Vintage Antique 13 Jeweled

Tiffany Style PEACOCK Lamp Stained Glass Design Vintage Antique 13 Jeweled

Tiffany Style PEACOCK Lamp Stained Glass Design Vintage Antique 13 Jeweled

Tiffany Style PEACOCK Lamp Stained Glass Design Vintage Antique 13 Jeweled

Tiffany Style PEACOCK Lamp Stained Glass Design Vintage Antique 13 Jeweled

Great condition no broken spots or damage. Will be packed well and fully insured. 13 tall and tail fan spreads 17 approx. Tiffany Style PEACOCK Lamp Stained Glass Design Vintage Antique 13 Jeweled. The item “Tiffany Style PEACOCK Lamp Stained Glass Design Vintage Antique 13 Jeweled” is in sale since Tuesday, August 27, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Lamps\ Electric\Table Lamps”. The seller is “wearandshareconsignment” and is located in Columbus, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Costa rica, Dominican republic, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Turks and caicos islands, Bangladesh, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Paraguay, Uruguay, Russian federation.
  • Featured Refinements: Glass Lamp

Vintage Antique Pair Art Deco Style Table Lamp Mid Century Design Bedside Light

Vintage Antique Pair Art Deco Style Table Lamp Mid Century Design Bedside Light

Vintage Antique Pair Art Deco Style Table Lamp Mid Century Design Bedside Light

Vintage Antique Pair Art Deco Style Table Lamp Mid Century Design Bedside Light

Vintage Antique Pair Art Deco Style Table Lamp Mid Century Design Bedside Light

Vintage Antique Pair Art Deco Style Table Lamp Mid Century Design Bedside Light

Vintage Antique Pair Art Deco Style Table Lamp Mid Century Design Bedside Light

Vintage Antique Pair Art Deco Style Table Lamp Mid Century Design Bedside Light

Vintage Antique Pair Art Deco Style Table Lamp Mid Century Design Bedside Light

Green metal parts were repainted. Made out of metal and glass. Height 8″ – 12″ 20 – 30cm. Feel free to ask any questions! The item “Vintage Antique Pair Art Deco Style Table Lamp Mid Century Design Bedside Light” is in sale since Monday, July 29, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Lamps\ Electric\Table Lamps”. The seller is “vericzdun0″ and is located in Zagreb. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Featured Refinements: Art Deco Table Lamp

Murano Glass Italiana Luce Vintage Italian Table Lamp, MCM, Retro Design

Murano Glass Italiana Luce Vintage Italian Table Lamp, MCM, Retro Design

Murano Glass Italiana Luce Vintage Italian Table Lamp, MCM, Retro Design

Murano Glass Italiana Luce Vintage Italian Table Lamp, MCM, Retro Design

Murano Glass Italiana Luce Vintage Italian Table Lamp, MCM, Retro Design

Murano Glass Italiana Luce Vintage Italian Table Lamp, MCM, Retro Design

Murano Glass Italiana Luce Vintage Italian Table Lamp, MCM, Retro Design

Murano Glass Italiana Luce Vintage Italian Table Lamp, MCM, Retro Design

Murano Glass Italiana Luce Vintage Italian Table Lamp, MCM, Retro Design

Murano Glass Italiana Luce Vintage Italian Table Lamp, MCM, Retro Design

Murano Glass Italiana Luce Vintage Italian Table Lamp, MCM, Retro Design

Murano Glass Italiana Luce Vintage Italian Table Lamp, MCM, Retro Design

Murano Vintage Table Lamp. This lamp is attributed to Italiana Luce, with the glass being Handblown on the island of Murano. The glass has coloured speck inclusions which contribute to its post-modern design. All the electrics have been checked and work well. Currently this has a UK plug but I can change it for any country. E14 mini bulb (not included). I have a pair of these. The price is for one. Please also see my other antique and vintage lighting. The item “Murano Glass Italiana Luce Vintage Italian Table Lamp, MCM, Retro Design” is in sale since Sunday, May 3, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Antique Furniture\Lamps\20th Century”. The seller is “recondite-finds” and is located in Boston, Lincolnshire. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, Bahrain, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, China, Israel, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Bangladesh, Belize, Bolivia, Brunei darussalam, Dominica, Ecuador, Egypt, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Grenada, French guiana, Iceland, Jersey, Cambodia, Saint kitts and nevis, Liechtenstein, Macao, Monaco, Martinique, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Peru, Paraguay, Turks and caicos islands, Aruba, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Chile, Bahamas, Costa rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Kuwait, Panama, Philippines, Qatar, Trinidad and tobago, Uruguay, Viet nam.

Vintage Crystal Italian Design Porcelain Diamond Shape Prisms Table Lamp

Art Deco Design DC-3 Airplane Desk Light Lamp Chrome Glass Sarsaparilla NYC VTG

Art Deco Design DC-3 Airplane Desk Light Lamp Chrome Glass Sarsaparilla NYC VTG

Art Deco Design DC-3 Airplane Desk Light Lamp Chrome Glass Sarsaparilla NYC VTG

Art Deco Design DC-3 Airplane Desk Light Lamp Chrome Glass Sarsaparilla NYC VTG

Art Deco Design DC-3 Airplane Desk Light Lamp Chrome Glass Sarsaparilla NYC VTG

Art Deco Design DC-3 Airplane Desk Light Lamp Chrome Glass Sarsaparilla NYC VTG

Art Deco Design DC-3 Airplane Desk Light Lamp Chrome Glass Sarsaparilla NYC VTG

Art Deco Design DC-3 Airplane Desk Light Lamp Chrome Glass Sarsaparilla NYC VTG

Art Deco Design DC-3 Airplane Desk Light Lamp Chrome Glass Sarsaparilla NYC VTG

Art Deco Design DC-3 Airplane Desk Light Lamp Chrome Glass Sarsaparilla NYC VTG

Art Deco Design DC-3 Airplane Desk Light Lamp Chrome Glass Sarsaparilla NYC VTG

Art Deco Design DC-3 Airplane Desk Light Lamp Chrome Glass Sarsaparilla NYC VTG

Art Deco Design DC-3 Airplane Desk Light Lamp Chrome Glass Sarsaparilla NYC VTG

Vintage Art Deco Airplane Table Desk Lamp Chrome & Frosted Glass. Cord with On / Off Switch on Airplane Tail. Glass Body with Chromed Metal Base. Made by Sarsaparilla Corp N. Nice with or without Light on. The item “Art Deco Design DC-3 Airplane Desk Light Lamp Chrome Glass Sarsaparilla NYC VTG” is in sale since Sunday, April 19, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Lamps\ Electric\Table Lamps”. The seller is “saleanddeal” and is located in Glen Head, New York. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, China, Mexico, Germany, Japan, France, Australia, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Turks and caicos islands, Bangladesh, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Paraguay, Uruguay.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Featured Refinements: Deco Lamp

JOE COLOMBO design vintage table lamp for kartell kd27 orange. Da restaurare

JOE COLOMBO design vintage table lamp for kartell kd27 orange. Da restaurare

JOE COLOMBO design vintage table lamp for kartell kd27 orange. Da restaurare

JOE COLOMBO design vintage table lamp for kartell kd27 orange. Da restaurare

JOE COLOMBO design vintage table lamp for kartell kd27 orange. Da restaurare

JOE COLOMBO design vintage table lamp for kartell kd27 orange. Da restaurare

JOE COLOMBO design vintage table lamp for kartell kd27 orange. Da restaurare

JOE COLOMBO design vintage table lamp for kartell kd27 orange. Da restaurare

JOE COLOMBO design vintage table lamp for kartell kd27 orange. Da restaurare

JOE COLOMBO design vintage table lamp for kartell kd27 orange. Da restaurare

JOE COLOMBO design vintage table lamp for kartell kd27 orange. Da restaurare

ME MANU EXPERIENCE vintage store – SIrolo (AN). Icona del design anni 70 lampada da tavolo kartell modello kd27. Design joe colombo da restaurare per tre filature sulla calotta superiore. (volendo comunque può essere utilizzata anche cosi) 23 cm x 24 cm x 24 cm circa. Base colore tendente all’arancione / diffusore bianco. Impianto elettrico funzionante da rimettere a norma prima dell’uso. The item “JOE COLOMBO design vintage table lamp for kartell kd27 orange. Da restaurare” is in sale since Friday, March 13, 2020. This item is in the category “Arte e antiquariato\Modernariato\Lampade\Da tavolo”. The seller is “me.manuexperience” and is located in SIROLO AN. This item can be shipped worldwide.

Pair Vintage Atomic Age Mushroom Table Lamp Italy 70s Sputnik Mid Century Design

Pair Vintage Atomic Age Mushroom Table Lamp Italy 70s Sputnik Mid Century Design

Pair Vintage Atomic Age Mushroom Table Lamp Italy 70s Sputnik Mid Century Design

Pair Vintage Atomic Age Mushroom Table Lamp Italy 70s Sputnik Mid Century Design

Pair Vintage Atomic Age Mushroom Table Lamp Italy 70s Sputnik Mid Century Design

Pair Vintage Atomic Age Mushroom Table Lamp Italy 70s Sputnik Mid Century Design

Pair Vintage Atomic Age Mushroom Table Lamp Italy 70s Sputnik Mid Century Design

Pair Vintage Atomic Age Mushroom Table Lamp Italy 70s Sputnik Mid Century Design

Pair of Vintage Atomic Age / Mushroom Table Lamp, Italy, 1970s. 14cm (5.5″) / Max Glass Diameter 15cm (6″) / E14 Light Bulb. Rare set of two Atomic Age / mushroom table lamps made in Italy during the 1970s. An essential design, glass mushroom shade mounted on chrome base, but able to produce a suggestive light spread and illumination. Excellent vintage condition, cleaned, the glasses are in perfect condition without defects, well-wired (E14 socket). The light creates a warm atmosphere of defused light, the stylish and clean elegance of this lamp suits many environment, from Mid Century to Hollywood Regency, from Danish modern to Space Age and contemporary interior. The lamps are immediately functional, however since they are a vintage objects (this lamps are about 50 years old) with original components, no guarantee is provided. 1970s Space Age Murano Glass Table Lamp. Period: 1970s / Mid-Century Modern Place of Origin: Italy Materials:Hand blown Murano glass / Chromed steel Style: Italian Design / Space Age Dimensions: Total Heigth ca. 14cm (5.5″) / Max Glass Diameter 15cm (6″) Electricity: E14 Light Bulb, 110/220 volt. Condition: Working / Excellent vintage condition, the glasses are in perfect condition without defects. You must return an item in the same condition as it was received, not altered in any way. Italian Design and Style. Italy is one of the leading design country in the world, with its rich creative output in a wide range of fields including the arts, fashion, lighting and architecture. Design from Italy, be it a modernist table lamp from the 1950s or a space-age plastic chair from the 1960s, displays a confident sensual attraction, indeed Italian creations can be found in museum collections such as the design collections of MoMA, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Victoria and Albert Museum, Centre Pompidou, the Vitra Design Museum and ADI. Italy is recognized as being a worldwide trendsetter and leader in design, food and fashion: the architect Luigi Caccia Dominioni claims that “Quite simply, we are the best” and that “We have more imagination, more culture, and are better mediators between the past and the future”. Modern, elegant and truly timeless, from the perfect cup of moka, risotto allo zafferano to luxury cars. Italian design focuses on quality materials, great styling and beauty and it shows in everything they create. During the second world war a big part of the Italian construction legacy had been destroyed, so it was important to find new ideas to reconstruct the country: this was an interesting challenge for designers and architects who were called to renew Italian dwelling places in a technical and functional way. In 1940′s Italy, a new wave of designers was creating furniture and lighting totally unconfined in their flamboyant use of silhouettes and their wild application of jigsaw rhomboids Their wittiness and drop-dead sophistication… Milan was at the center of this tremendous creative energy and was the venue of choice for defining events like the Milan Triennale exhibitions and later on the Salone del Mobile. Italy was able to merge art with design and craftsmanship with industry in a way nobody had done before. This occurred thanks to a very peculiar industrial network where larger companies would often work hand in hand with architects, artists and family size enterprises located in the same industrial districts. In the 50s George Nelson identified three currents in modern design: the biomorphic, the machine look and the handcrafted look but none of these could fully describe Italian design as it was so diverse that it could not fit in a single category. In a way, it was already at that time postmodern. On one hand you had “Rationalist” designers such as Franco Albini who focused on function and on the other you had architects and designer such as Gio’ Ponti, Ico Parisi and Piero Fornasetti who added to functional pieces a poetic interpretation and dynamism. In 1950′s industrial objects became a symbol of this new renaissance period; Italy suddenly found out that modernity means welfare, comfort and a best type quality of life. So next to home appliances we could find furniture, lamps, a vaste range of objects for home and free time, radio sets and television sets that gave life to a typical 50′s gay image. In the same years the new furniture’s shapes for serial industrial production had an important role. Young rationalist architects could finally put in practice their training knowledge. Some important names of the period to mention are Franco Albini, Ignazio Gardella, Luigi Caccia Dominioni, Vico Magistretti, Ettore Sottsass, Marco Zanuso, Achille and Piergiacomo Castiglioni and the BBPR group (Banfi, Belgiojoso, Peressutti, Rogers). In the lighting sector there were two distinct types of manufactures: Murano based companies (Venini, Barovier & Toso and Mazzega) who mainly used blown glass in their works and Milan based companies (Fontana Arte, Arteluce, Arredoluce and Stilnovo) who employed flat glass and brass. The latter collaborated with well know designers such as Angelo Lelli, Gino Sarfatti, Gio Ponti, Max Ingrand who brought their designs to the attention of the world. Italian design exploded during the 50s becoming well known internationally, but it was only in the 60s that Italians became the trend setters in lighting and furniture design. 1960 was after all the year of La Dolce Vita and during this decade and the 1970′s Salone del Mobile became the most important industry event, alog with other instruments for Italian design promotion such as the Compasso d’oro prize and exhibitions like the Triennale in Milan. There was a high level of experimentation with companies like Cassina, Gavina, Zanotta supporting the development of young designers using new materials, techniques and shapes. Shapes became less flamboyant in the mainstream design but remained very vivid in the work of designers inspired by the pop art and plastic became a widely used material even for high end products. Some important names of the period to mention are Franco Albini, Ignazio Gardella, Luigi Caccia Dminioni, Vico Magistretti, Ettore Sottsass, Marco Zanuso, Achille and Piergiacomo Castiglioni and the BBPR group (Banfi, Belgiojoso, Peressutti, Rogers). The Italian design excitement and sperimentation found its peak in 60′s, when a great number of ordinary objects were produced. There was a rapidly increasing national and international market demand, people usually bought objects more for their names then for their real worth. In these years other designers had a big importance: Mario Bellini, Vico Magistretti, Gae Aulenti, Angelo Mangiarotti, Enzo Mari, Rodolfo Bonetto, Marco Zanuso. By the endof the 60s, the economic miracle ended, social tensions began and this had a strong effect on the industry with the rise of radical design. Ideologies split into two different directions: Some designers further evolved the more rational shapes of the early 60s, focusing on larger consumption whilst keeping quality and sophistication in mind. As a result of this, the use of polished bright steel became more common. Other designers instead focused on Anti-Design, choosing to model their designs on intellectual statements and experimental concepts with limited quantities manufactured. In the second half of the 70′s the’post-modern’, or’neo-modern’ became the most significant movement in Italy, the new phenomenon emerged thanks to vanguard designers (Branzi, Mendini, Deganello, De Lucchi, Sottsass) and above all thanks to Alchimia group (founded in 1976 by Alessandro Guerriero) and Memphis group producing unusual objects which didn’t belong to any tendency. The style was extremely provokative and kitsch and it became in a few time the guiding style of the new Italian design. Among my objects you can find works of. Age & MYTHOS, AARNIO, ARTEMIDE, BELLINI, BONETTO, CASSINA, CASTIGLIONI, COLOMBO, DE GOTZEN, EAMES, KOSTA BODA, MANGIAROTTI, MARI, MUNARI, OFFREDI, OPI, POULSEN, PANTON, RAMPOLDI, ZANUSO ARTEMIDE, AUTOVOX, BRAUN, BRIONVEGA, EUROPHON, FLOS, KARTELL, LESA, MINERVA, MAGNADYNE, PANASONIC, PHONOLA, POLTRONOVA, RADIOMARELLI, SIEMENS, SINUDYNE, ULTRAVOX, VOXSON, WELTRON, GIO PONTI, GABRIELLA CRESPI, STILNOVO, ARTELUCE, OLUCE, ARREDOLUCE MONZA, ANGELO LELLI, GINO SARFATTI, TITO AGNOLI, FRANCO ALBINI, GAE AULENTI, ETTORE SOTTSASS, MICHELE DE LUCCHI, ARTEMIDE, PAOLO DE POLI, VENINI, FULVIO BIANCONI, CARLO SCARPA, OSCAR TORLASCO, LUMI MILANO, FONTANA ARTE, MAX INGRAND, PIETRO CHIESA, CARLO NASON, MAZZEGA, Castiglioni, Joe Colombo, Nathalie Du Pasquier, Charles & Ray Eames, Gaetano Pesce, Keith Haring, Vico Magistretti, Enzo Mari, Alberto Meda, Bruno Munari, Adriano Rampoldi, Denis Santachiara, kd29, Gino Sarfatti, Tobia Scarpa, Saarinen, Ettore Sottsass, George Sowden, Studio OPI, Matteo Thun, Gino Valle, Marco Zanuso, prodotti da Alessi, Arredoluce, Arteluce, Artemide, Bilumen, Bonacina, Braun, Brionvega, Candle, Castelli, Cenedese, Cini&Nils, Danese, Ens, Europhon, Flos, Fontana Arte, Goldscheider, Kartell, Herman Miller, Guzzini, Limburg, Luceplan, Mazzega, MIM, Carlo Moretti, Olivetti, Oluce, Penny, Philips, Rosenthal, Solari, Stilnovo, Stilux, Targetti, Tyco, Valenti, Voxson, Zanotta, Zani&Zani, WILLY RIZZO, MAISON JANSEN, KAISER IDELL, GUARICHE, BRAUN, KRUPS CLOCK, MURANO GLASS, FASE MADRID, INDUSTRIAL LAMP, SERGE MOUILLE, CHRISTIAN DELL, ART DECO, BAUHAUS, KARTELL, ANGELO BROTTO, RUELLAND, JIELDE, MATHIEU MATEGOT, ARTELUCE, GAE AULENTI, INGO MAUER, CASTIGLIONI, GRAS LAMPE, SPUTNIK, FONTANA ARTE, ETTORE SOTTSASS, MARCEL BREUER, ARREDOLUCE, SARFATTI, CHARLOTTE PERRIAND, GUZZINI, GAE AULENTI, COCOTTE, LOUIS KALFF, JOE COLOMBO, VENINI, GAETANO SCIOLARI, STARCK, BAROVIER TOSO, VERNER PANTON LAMPE LIGHT CEILING, Gaetano Sciolari, Sciolari, Glass, Chrome, Chandelier, Italy, 1970s, Sciolari Chandelier, Murano Glass, Pendant Chandelier, Mid Century Chandelier, White and Amber, Mazzega Murano, Mazzega, Modern lighting fixtures, Modern lighting, Modernism, Space Age, Atomic, Ufo, Sputnik, Household Objects, Italian Furniture, Italian Design, Design, Contemporary Design, 20th Century Furniture, 20th Century Design, Glass, Italy, Design, Floor Lamp, Table Lamp, Lighting, Stained Glass, Industrial Design, Furniture, Architecture, MoMA, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Vitra Design Museum, Salone del Mobile, biomorphic, Rationalist, Franco Albini, Gio’ Ponti, Ico Parisi, Piero Fornasetti, Ignazio Gardella, Luigi Caccia Dominioni, Vico Magistretti, Ettore Sottsass, Marco Zanuso, Achille Castiglioni, Piergiacomo Castiglioni, BBPR group, Banfi, Belgiojoso, Peressutti, Rogers, Mario Bellini, Vico Magistretti, Gae Aulenti, Angelo Mangiarotti, Enzo Mari, Rodolfo Bonetto, Anti-Design, Mendini, Branzi, post-modern, neo-modern, Memphis group, Alchimia group, Alessandro Guerriero, Gruppo 7, led by Luigi Figini, Gino Pollini, Giuseppe Terragni, Lightolier, Boulanger, Leola. The item “Pair Vintage Atomic Age Mushroom Table Lamp Italy 70s Sputnik Mid Century Design” is in sale since Saturday, February 22, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Lamps\ Electric\Table Lamps”. The seller is “spatheia” and is located in Milano. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Handmade: Yes
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Italy
  • Featured Refinements: Vintage Table Lamp

Vintage Mid Century Pendant Space Age UFO Lamp Ceiling Atomic Design Light Doria

Vintage Mid Century Pendant Space Age UFO Lamp Ceiling Atomic Design Light Doria

Vintage Mid Century Pendant Space Age UFO Lamp Ceiling Atomic Design Light Doria

Vintage Mid Century Pendant Space Age UFO Lamp Ceiling Atomic Design Light Doria

Vintage Mid Century Pendant Space Age UFO Lamp Ceiling Atomic Design Light Doria

Vintage Mid Century Pendant Space Age UFO Lamp Ceiling Atomic Design Light Doria

Vintage Mid Century Pendant Space Age UFO Lamp Ceiling Atomic Design Light Doria

Vintage Mid Century Pendant Space Age UFO Lamp Ceiling Atomic Design Light Doria

Vintage Mid Century Pendant Space Age UFO Lamp Ceiling Atomic Design Light Doria

Vintage Mid Century Pendant Space Age UFO Lamp Ceiling Atomic Design Light Doria

Vintage German Doria design space age lamp. Small signs of age. Made out of glass. Height: 5″ 12cm 12″ (with pole). Feel free to ask any questions! The item “Vintage Mid Century Pendant Space Age UFO Lamp Ceiling Atomic Design Light Doria” is in sale since Friday, January 10, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Lamps\ Electric\Table Lamps”. The seller is “vericzdun0″ and is located in Zagreb. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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  • Featured Refinements: Atomic Lamp

Vintage Italian Lamp Goffredo Reggiani Design Space Age Globe 70s Blue Stilnovo

Vintage Italian Lamp Goffredo Reggiani Design Space Age Globe 70s Blue Stilnovo

Vintage Italian Lamp Goffredo Reggiani Design Space Age Globe 70s Blue Stilnovo

Vintage Italian Lamp Goffredo Reggiani Design Space Age Globe 70s Blue Stilnovo

Vintage Italian Lamp Goffredo Reggiani Design Space Age Globe 70s Blue Stilnovo

Vintage Italian Lamp Goffredo Reggiani Design Space Age Globe 70s Blue Stilnovo

Vintage Italian Lamp Goffredo Reggiani Design Space Age Globe 70s Blue Stilnovo

Vintage Italian Lamp Goffredo Reggiani Design Space Age Globe 70s Blue Stilnovo

Vintage Space Age Italian Lamp by Goffredo Reggiani, 1970s. Working (1 bulb E14) / Good Vintage Condition / Height 16.5 – 42 cm. Goffredo Reggiani – Mid Century design desk lamp of the 70s. Blue desk lamp, reflector articulated and height adjustable sliding vertically. Good original (only rewired) and working condition with wear consistent with age and use, disassembled and cleaned. Height: 16.5″ / 42 cm Diameter reflector : 5.5″ / 14 cm Diameter base: 6 / 15 cm Electricity: 1 bulb E14, 110/220 volt Seen with a distracted look, this lamp may seem nothing special to today’s man. But to understand the value, beauty and the revolutionary change that this style of lamps brought, it is necessary to think of them in the place where they were created, Italy, and in the period in which they were produced, the Seventies!! Place of Origin: Italy Designer: Goffredo Reggiani Period: 19 7 0s / Mid-Century Modern Style: Space Age Materials: Metal /Plas tic Height: 42 cm Diameter reflector : 14 cm Diameter base: 15 cm Electricity: 1 bulb E14, 110/220 volt Note: Unsig ned. Goffredo Reggiani designed several globe lamps in this Space Age style, well documented in general design literature! You must return an item in the same condition as it was received, not altered in any way. As with any vintage electrical item the lam p s need to be checked electrically by a professional before use. Italian Design and Style. Italy is one of the leading design country in the world, with its rich creative output in a wide range of fields including the arts, fashion, lighting and architecture. Design from Italy, be it a modernist table lamp from the 1950s or a space-age plastic chair from the 1960s, displays a confident sensual attraction, indeed Italian creations can be found in museum collections such as the design collections of MoMA, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Victoria and Albert Museum, Centre Pompidou, the Vitra Design Museum and ADI. Italy is recognized as being a worldwide trendsetter and leader in design, food and fashion: the architect Luigi Caccia Dominioni claims that “Quite simply, we are the best” and that “We have more imagination, more culture, and are better mediators between the past and the future”. Modern, elegant and truly timeless, from the perfect cup of moka, risotto allo zafferano to luxury cars. Italian design focuses on quality materials, great styling and beauty and it shows in everything they create. During the second world war a big part of the Italian construction legacy had been destroyed, so it was important to find new ideas to reconstruct the country: this was an interesting challenge for designers and architects who were called to renew Italian dwelling places in a technical and functional way. In 1940′s Italy, a new wave of designers was creating furniture and lighting totally unconfined in their flamboyant use of silhouettes and their wild application of jigsaw rhomboids Their wittiness and drop-dead sophistication… Milan was at the center of this tremendous creative energy and was the venue of choice for defining events like the Milan Triennale exhibitions and later on the Salone del Mobile. Italy was able to merge art with design and craftsmanship with industry in a way nobody had done before. This occurred thanks to a very peculiar industrial network where larger companies would often work hand in hand with architects, artists and family size enterprises located in the same industrial districts. In the 50s George Nelson identified three currents in modern design: the biomorphic, the machine look and the handcrafted look but none of these could fully describe Italian design as it was so diverse that it could not fit in a single category. In a way, it was already at that time postmodern. On one hand you had “Rationalist” designers such as Franco Albini who focused on function and on the other you had architects and designer such as Gio’ Ponti, Ico Parisi and Piero Fornasetti who added to functional pieces a poetic interpretation and dynamism. In 1950′s industrial objects became a symbol of this new renaissance period; Italy suddenly found out that modernity means welfare, comfort and a best type quality of life. So next to home appliances we could find furniture, lamps, a vaste range of objects for home and free time, radio sets and television sets that gave life to a typical 50′s gay image. In the same years the new furniture’s shapes for serial industrial production had an important role. Young rationalist architects could finally put in practice their training knowledge. Some important names of the period to mention are Franco Albini, Ignazio Gardella, Luigi Caccia Dominioni, Vico Magistretti, Ettore Sottsass, Marco Zanuso, Achille and Piergiacomo Castiglioni and the BBPR group (Banfi, Belgiojoso, Peressutti, Rogers). In the lighting sector there were two distinct types of manufactures: Murano based companies (Venini, Barovier & Toso and Mazzega) who mainly used blown glass in their works and Milan based companies (Fontana Arte, Arteluce, Arredoluce and Stilnovo) who employed flat glass and brass. The latter collaborated with well know designers such as Angelo Lelli, Gino Sarfatti, Gio Ponti, Max Ingrand who brought their designs to the attention of the world. Italian design exploded during the 50s becoming well known internationally, but it was only in the 60s that Italians became the trend setters in lighting and furniture design. 1960 was after all the year of La Dolce Vita and during this decade and the 1970′s Salone del Mobile became the most important industry event, alog with other instruments for Italian design promotion such as the Compasso d’oro prize and exhibitions like the Triennale in Milan. There was a high level of experimentation with companies like Cassina, Gavina, Zanotta supporting the development of young designers using new materials, techniques and shapes. Shapes became less flamboyant in the mainstream design but remained very vivid in the work of designers inspired by the pop art and plastic became a widely used material even for high end products. Some important names of the period to mention are Franco Albini, Ignazio Gardella, Luigi Caccia Dminioni, Vico Magistretti, Ettore Sottsass, Marco Zanuso, Achille and Piergiacomo Castiglioni and the BBPR group (Banfi, Belgiojoso, Peressutti, Rogers). The Italian design excitement and sperimentation found its peak in 60′s, when a great number of ordinary objects were produced. There was a rapidly increasing national and international market demand, people usually bought objects more for their names then for their real worth. In these years other designers had a big importance: Mario Bellini, Vico Magistretti, Gae Aulenti, Angelo Mangiarotti, Enzo Mari, Rodolfo Bonetto, Marco Zanuso. By the endof the 60s, the economic miracle ended, social tensions began and this had a strong effect on the industry with the rise of radical design. Ideologies split into two different directions: Some designers further evolved the more rational shapes of the early 60s, focusing on larger consumption whilst keeping quality and sophistication in mind. As a result of this, the use of polished bright steel became more common. Other designers instead focused on Anti-Design, choosing to model their designs on intellectual statements and experimental concepts with limited quantities manufactured. In the second half of the 70′s the’post-modern’, or’neo-modern’ became the most significant movement in Italy, the new phenomenon emerged thanks to vanguard designers (Branzi, Mendini, Deganello, De Lucchi, Sottsass) and above all thanks to Alchimia group (founded in 1976 by Alessandro Guerriero) and Memphis group producing unusual objects which didn’t belong to any tendency. The style was extremely provokative and kitsch and it became in a few time the guiding style of the new Italian design. Among my objects you can find works of Age & MYTHOS, AARNIO, ARTEMIDE, BELLINI, BONETTO, CASSINA, CASTIGLIONI, COLOMBO, DE GOTZEN, EAMES, KOSTA BODA, MANGIAROTTI, MARI, MUNARI, OFFREDI, OPI, POULSEN, PANTON, RAMPOLDI, ZANUSO ARTEMIDE, AUTOVOX, BRAUN, BRIONVEGA, EUROPHON, FLOS, KARTELL, LESA, MINERVA, MAGNADYNE, PANASONIC, PHONOLA, POLTRONOVA, RADIOMARELLI, SIEMENS, SINUDYNE, ULTRAVOX, VOXSON, WELTRON, GIO PONTI, GABRIELLA CRESPI, STILNOVO, ARTELUCE, OLUCE, ARREDOLUCE MONZA, ANGELO LELLI, GINO SARFATTI, TITO AGNOLI, FRANCO ALBINI, GAE AULENTI, ETTORE SOTTSASS, MICHELE DE LUCCHI, ARTEMIDE, PAOLO DE POLI, VENINI, FULVIO BIANCONI, CARLO SCARPA, OSCAR TORLASCO, LUMI MILANO, FONTANA ARTE, MAX INGRAND, PIETRO CHIESA, CARLO NASON, MAZZEGA, Castiglioni, Joe Colombo, Nathalie Du Pasquier, Charles & Ray Eames, Gaetano Pesce, Keith Haring, Vico Magistretti, Enzo Mari, Alberto Meda, Bruno Munari, Adriano Rampoldi, Denis Santachiara, kd29, Gino Sarfatti, Tobia Scarpa, Saarinen, Ettore Sottsass, George Sowden, Studio OPI, Matteo Thun, Gino Valle, Marco Zanuso, prodotti da Alessi, Arredoluce, Arteluce, Artemide, Bilumen, Bonacina, Braun, Brionvega, Candle, Castelli, Cenedese, Cini&Nils, Danese, Ens, Europhon, Flos, Fontana Arte, Goldscheider, Kartell, Herman Miller, Guzzini, Limburg, Luceplan, Mazzega, MIM, Carlo Moretti, Olivetti, Oluce, Penny, Philips, Rosenthal, Solari, Stilnovo, Stilux, Targetti, Tyco, Valenti, Voxson, Zanotta, Zani&Zani, WILLY RIZZO, MAISON JANSEN, KAISER IDELL, GUARICHE, BRAUN, KRUPS CLOCK, MURANO GLASS, FASE MADRID, INDUSTRIAL LAMP, SERGE MOUILLE, CHRISTIAN DELL, ART DECO, BAUHAUS, KARTELL, ANGELO BROTTO, RUELLAND, JIELDE, MATHIEU MATEGOT, ARTELUCE, GAE AULENTI, INGO MAUER, CASTIGLIONI, GRAS LAMPE, SPUTNIK, FONTANA ARTE, ETTORE SOTTSASS, MARCEL BREUER, ARREDOLUCE, SARFATTI, CHARLOTTE PERRIAND, GUZZINI, GAE AULENTI, COCOTTE, LOUIS KALFF, JOE COLOMBO, VENINI, GAETANO SCIOLARI, STARCK, BAROVIER TOSO, VERNER PANTON LAMPE LIGHT CEILING, Gaetano Sciolari, Sciolari, Glass, Chrome, Chandelier, Italy, 1970s, Sciolari Chandelier, Murano Glass, Pendant Chandelier, Mid Century Chandelier, White and Amber, Mazzega Murano, Mazzega, Modern lighting fixtures, Modern lighting, Modernism, Space Age, Atomic, Ufo, Sputnik, Household Objects, Italian Furniture, Italian Design, Design, Contemporary Design, 20th Century Furniture, 20th Century Design, Glass, Italy, Design, Floor Lamp, Table Lamp, Lighting, Stained Glass, Industrial Design, Furniture, Architecture, MoMA, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Vitra Design Museum, Salone del Mobile, biomorphic, Rationalist, Franco Albini, Gio’ Ponti, Ico Parisi, Piero Fornasetti, Ignazio Gardella, Luigi Caccia Dominioni, Vico Magistretti, Ettore Sottsass, Marco Zanuso, Achille Castiglioni, Piergiacomo Castiglioni, BBPR group, Banfi, Belgiojoso, Peressutti, Rogers, Mario Bellini, Vico Magistretti, Gae Aulenti, Angelo Mangiarotti, Enzo Mari, Rodolfo Bonetto, Anti-Design, Mendini, Branzi, post-modern, neo-modern, Memphis group, Alchimia group, Alessandro Guerriero, Gruppo 7, led by Luigi Figini, Gino Pollini, Giuseppe Terragni, Lightolier, Boulanger, Leola. The item “Vintage Italian Lamp Goffredo Reggiani Design Space Age Globe 70s Blue Stilnovo” is in sale since Wednesday, November 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Periods & Styles\Mid-Century Modernism”. The seller is “spatheia” and is located in Milano. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Featured Refinements: Mid Century Modern Floor Lamp
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Sub-Style: Italian
  • Maker: Goffredo Reggiani
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Type: Table Lamp
  • Color: Blue
  • Height: 16.5″

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