Over the course of the 20th century, designer lighting has, literally, lit the way for numerous artists who have cleverly reinterpreted floor lamps, table lamps, and sconces, while remaining faithful to contemporary design and the decorative arts. Whether Italian, French or Spanish, the artists who are represented here have brought a breath of f...
Georges Pelletier, table lamp, varnished ceramic, signed, circa 1970, France. Measures: Height 67 cm, diameter 52 cm.
Gino Sarfatti, pair of sconces, model 113b, White lacquered metal, Circa 1970, Italy. Height 16 cm, width 44 cm, depth 10 cm.
Important adjustable floor lamp, lacquered metal, label Luxit, The Great 1, N°332, circa 2000, Italy. Measures: Height 2m50, width 3m50, depth 60 cm, foot diameter 65 cm.
Table lamp, polished brass and glass, circa 1970, Italy. Measures: Height 60 cm, diameter 35 cm.
Angelo Lelli (1915-1979), ceiling light N°12699, Arredoluce Edition, Brass and Opaline glass, Circa 1964, Italy. Measures: Heigth: 85 cm, Diameter: 50 cm.
Marco Zanuso, 275 table lamp, Oluce edition, plexiglass and metal, Italy, circa 1960. Measures: Height 40 cm, diameter 46 cm.
Pair of applique palms and flute players, style Villa Les Embruns, St Jean Cap Ferrat, Wood carved painted and gilded iron, circa 1960, France. Measure: Height 80 cm, width 40 cm, depth 20 cm.
Sergio Mazza, Magnolia ceiling lamp for Quattrifolio, The white opaline glass shade can be fixed on the wall or the ceiling by a white lacquered base, circa 1971, Italy. Measures: Height 25 cm, diameter 60 cm.
Corrado and Luigi Aroldi floor lamp for Luci, metal, every shader can be positioned on both sides and with different angles, strong Industrial Design piece, close to the philosophy of Lumenform production, circa 1970, Italy. Measure: Height 2m10, width 40 cm, diameter 40 cm.