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.
Gino Sarfatti’s 1968 N540 design he called the ‘Nodel Lamp’. Made by Arteluce in Italy. Use either as a table lamp, bedside or wall mount. A classic!
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.
A 1950’s heat lamp made in Australia. Designed as a 300W heat lamp, but now converted to a desk/table lamp with a 25W energy saver light bulb.
Solid Ash steam bent into a circle. Coated with thick layer of enamel paint that has aged perfectly. Well alright, they look good unpainted as well!
Produced in 1984 by the Danish company Scan-Globe this is about as good as the modern globe lamp gets – teak base with a mix of three allen head set screws and three dovetail joints.
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 complete collection of 80 comic or manga pages covering five chapters of ‘First steps in English’. This set is probably c.1960. The wooden box or theatre is in excellent condition
and very typical.
Hand painted Ceramica Ernestine piece signed and dated under “20/3/1954 V.21. 269”. Height 22cm x Diameter 19cm. A great example from the Salerno pottery established by the couple Matteo d’Agostino and Ernestine Virdan Cannon – the ‘mysterious lady from the north’.