These come up very rarely.
An articulated or anglepoise desk or worktable light from the 1940’s. In Australia this work light was reinvented with great success by Planet. A style beloved of design devotees as well of those of us that just like to work under a bright light. We are particularly drawn to the on/off switch which looks like if it has been taken straight off the wall and sculpted in an integrated fashion to the base.
15 cm diameter at the base and 90 cm fully extended upwards.
A suspended light fitting in the Flemish or Dutch style. Reproduction. Price includes approx $50 worth of low voltage, long life globes.
60 cm diameter and 60 cm high.
Price A$ 125
We have some of these timeless light fittings from the early 1900’s. The early days of electricity. These units with their copper galleries are one of the few ceiling lights that have stood the test of time and can suit Antique, Modern, Industrial or Provincial interiors. Or if like most of us, you are not decorating in a defined style but rather the place you call home.
Approx. 40 cm wide and 40 cm high from the base to the top of the hook.
An iron standard lamp with decorative entwined ivy around the shaft. Recently professionally rewired. Price includes the fabric shade photographed here. Probably from the 1950s.
50 cms wide with this shade and 190 cms high
Bristol blue glass lamp $195. French extension table $1320 Chinese laquered cabinet $290. Chandelier from Paris $995.
A carved wooden lamp from 1950 and a Masons dinner plate in the Bible pattern from 1830/40. The lamp is $110 and the plate is $89.
Chair and stool 290, lamp cherub 95,mannequin 99, round occ table France 630,oval antique mirror SOLD.