Originally sold as an industrial work light, now a beautiful desk lamp.
Built in the 1950’s by W.R.Terry in Melbourne Australia, this lamp has a cast steel base, steel arms and a bakelite shade and switch.
Very much in the style of the Marcel Breuer B33 designed in 1927 are these fine vintage miniatures.
1950’s physiotherapy heat lamp converted to a desk lamp. The blue bakelite knobs are the eye-catchers here!
Stove-top coffee maker designed by Italian Giordano Robbiati in 1946. This rarer ‘mocca’ coloured machine was made in Italy and sold by Bon Trading in Sydney Australia in the early 1970’s.
A 1950’s photo studio flood lamp. Use either as studio lighting or floor lamp home/retail/wharehouse.
Turned and carved wood pattern moulds connected by a found rusty iron rod.
This elegant desk lamp by the Danish Lyfa company was manufactured c1939 in the style of the Poul Henningsen lamps of the same era. Lyfa was originally called Kobenhavns Lampe and by the 1950’s had become world leaders in design.
A seriously heavy duty retro manual orange juicer from Israel. c.1970
This Watson Victor (New Zealand) made heat lamp from the 1950’s owes it’s design roots to the Bauhaus movement, but by way of it’s size has become a design icon on it’s own merits. This one, like most these days, was converted to a desk lamp.
Chocolate with malt, two straws, and the aluminium cup so cold you can barely hold it….well, almost.