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Vintage Lighting

Vintage Lighting

Discover lighting that lights up your vintage life and lifestyle. Beautifully and amazing curated floor lamps, table lamps, ceiling lamps, wall-sconces and more! Browse to create mood and atmospheric style, flair and a nod to the past.

There are 56 products.

Showing 1-12 of 56 item(s)
  • Georges Pelletier handcrafted double light...

    This stunning table lamp was designed by Georges Pelletier, a belgian born french artist/ceramicist who's work is highly sought after. He is still actively creating. This piece was created in the period of 1960-1975. It features dual lighting that helps to emphasize the intricate work and thought of creating both a piece of art that is functional and decorative. As the piece is hand decorated -- you can call it one of a kind. The shade is included, but it is designed to look vintage and of the period.

  • Art deco swirl table lamp

    Excellent Art Deco Chrome and Beautiful Golden Swirl Globe Lamp. Sitting on a shiny chrome base. Working condition but the switch needs replacing with lacquered under base. from the later part of the art deco period - normal light bulbs and wattage. When lit the swirls are reflected on the walls and ceilings to create even more mood and atmosphere.

  • Industrial lamp H. Busquet Hala Zeist

    Gorgeous and Practical Industrial Adjustable Lamp. Called the TWIST and produced by Hala Zeist. Can extend from 60cm to 100cm. Providing the light where it is needed. Creme Colored with the 'twist label'. Because of the adjustable clamp, this lamp can be moved around.

  • Pair of Bespoke Massive Teak Floor Lamps

    Hand made and unique and heavy is this pair of massive teak cone shaped floor lamp with brass fittings. On a circular teak base. Very good condition! 

  • Danish teak floor lamp from the 1960s

    Attractive 1960s floor lamp with teak pole and circular base. Stunning lamp shade is original and has laminated strips attached - some damage to the strips but does not distract from the model or utility of the lamp. Working condition!

  • Herda Chandelier

    Beautifully made and extremely stylish is this UFO styled Hanging pendant lamp from Herda of the Netherlands.. Light wear consistent with age and use. Functional as it works with a European plug up to 250V. Mixed materials of both glass and some plastic elements all adding up to a well made and heavy lighting fixture.

  • Lars Eiler Schiøler - Hoyrup - Hanging...

    Beautiful as it is RARE — Pink lamps like this one is hard to find. It is lightweight stylish and gives off incredible light when it is connected. Working condition with minimum signs of damage.

  • Art Deco Marble Glass Hanging Lamp

    A wavy and marbled opaline Glass pendant/hanging lamp. Hanging from a silver chromed metal base in working order with traced of wear. Decorative in both the light and the dark.

  • Carlo Ponzio - Harvey Guzzini - Hanging...

    This lamp is stylish and classic as well as being in great condition. Can be adjusted to different heights and has a very nice affect with the lighting — create the mood that you desire with this beautiful lamp. In great condition despite it age!

  • Hanging Pendant Swag Lamp - Art Nouveau -...

    Marvelous Glass Hanging Pendant lamp with its original chain (fabric is coming off the chain) but does not affect the ability or use of the item. Has sockets for 3 small lamps. The glass starts green as it drips down the opaque class and then the rim of the lamp is repeated in the green color. It is complemented with bronze colored metal that gives even more elegance to this piece.

  • Pair of Vintage Hanging Lamps with Plastic...

    Beautiful Stylish and Pair of French Hanging Pendant Lamps. White plastic with a clear molded plastic base to create nice and controlled lighting. Both in working condition with normal size bulbs. Perfect for hanging in a kitchen or shop.

  • Ernesto Gismondi - Sintesi Tavolo -...

    Practical and Useful Italian Artemide Desk Lamp in great working condition and nice Patina. Made by Ernesto Gismondi in the 1970's.