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Bag Turgi 1940s Desk Lamp
$2,000
Bag Turgi 1940s Desk Lamp Image

[ITEM No. 17-T0001]

Transitional desk lamp designed and manufactured by the Swiss power house bronze bronze work shop, BAG TURGI, Switzerland. The arm can be adjusted to accommodate an ideal lighting requirement.
Height measurement below is for the lamp is full vertical mode.

H.31 in.
D.17 in.

Modernist Floor Lamp
$6,700
Modernist Floor Lamp Image

[ITEM No. 17-FL0001]

Modernist floor lamp formally from the Ciby-Geigy Pharmaceutical Headquarters in Basel Switzerland. We have attached period photos of the lamp in the origin setting.

H.72 in.
D.21 in.

Walter Bernhard Haggenmacher Table Lamp, Germany 1920s
Price Upon Request
Walter Bernhard Haggenmacher Table Lamp, Germany 1920s Image

[Item No. 17-T0004]

Walter Bernhard Haggenmacher (1882-1969) was born in the northern Swiss city of Winterthur. He studied at “Lehr- und Versuchsatelier für angewandte und freikunst” (Instructional and Trial Workshops for Applied and Fine Art) under Wilhelm Debschitz (1871-1948, German painter and interior designer) and Hermann Obrist (1862-1927, Swiss Jungendstil sculptor) from 1904-1906. Obrist focused on training sculptors, while Debschitz focused on the artists and management of the school. From 1904 the school promoted artistic developments in a number of spheres, including commercial commissions, furniture design and metal, textile and ceramic works. It grew to be highly influential, training important artists such as Ernst Ludwig Kirchner and Sophie Taeuber-Arp. Paul Klee also worked there for a time as an assistant in the figure-drawing course. By 1910 the school had become the largest private institution of its kind in Germany providing a model for the later Bauhaus, whose founder Walter Gropius stayed in touch with Debschitz and visited the school on at least one occasion. Haggenmacher stayed in Munich, Berchtesgaden, Furstenfeldbruck and Pasing where he was known as a silversmith for his unique metal work and damask patterns. In 1930 he returned to Winterthur and continued his metal work until his death in 1969.
W.Haggenmacher’s affinity for damask patterning in his metal work is evident in this highly stylized base framing the rich ebony wood towering from the center.
The electric components and brass hardware are from the Swiss lighting design manufacturer Bronzewarenfarik AG, Turgi Switzerland.

H.24 in.
D.9.50 in.

Bag Turgi 1930s Modernist Desk Lamp
$2,700
Bag Turgi 1930s Modernist Desk Lamp Image

[ITEM No. 15-T0004 ]

A fine Bronzewarenfabrik desk lamp, Zurich Switzerland.
The warm hue of the refine silk shade balances the conservative rational of the nickel-ed brass hardware.

H.24 in
D.15.25 in

BAG Turgi Floor Lamp, Switzerland, 1936
$9,000
BAG Turgi Floor Lamp, Switzerland, 1936 Image

[ITEM No. 16-FL0002-C]

An extremely rare and beautiful lantern style floor lamp from the Swiss lighting design society BAG Turgi, Switzerland. The heavy tripod base elegantly terminates with a brass ball finial. The existing silk shade was added years back and in need of updating. For additional info on custom shade work please inquire.

Bag Turgi Telescopic Floor Lamps, Switzerland 1940s
$3,900
Bag Turgi Telescopic Floor Lamps, Switzerland 1940s Image

[ITEM No. 14-FL0003 A,B]

Telescopic floor lamps manufactured by Bronzewarenfabrik, 1940s edition. Two available. One lamp has a painted aluminum shade holder and the other a glass shade holder. Both lamps come with faux parchment shades stitched with green leather. The height can be adjusted from 63 to 91 inches. Shade newly made by Rayon Roskar in House.

H.91 in
W.21 in
D.21 in.

BAG Turgi Telescopic Floor Lamp, Switzerland, 1930s
$12,000
BAG Turgi Telescopic Floor Lamp, Switzerland, 1930s Image

[ITEM No. 16-FL0001-C]

Extremely rare Swiss modernist floor lamp boasting the clever on/off Bakelite switch significant to Sigfried Giedion and Hin Bredendieck. A Chinese chapeau sits on the milky glass visor the light is then constrained within the entire shade. Listed in the BAG Turgi product catalog of 1937. The telescopic range is from 91-67 inch.

H. 91 in.
W. 23 in.
D. 23 in.

Chiara Table Lamp, Cini Boeri, Murano, Italy, 1980s
$3,200
Chiara Table Lamp, Cini Boeri, Murano, Italy, 1980s Image

[Item No. 16-T0002-S]

First generation Chiara table lamp by Cini Boeri manufactured by Venini. This finely tuned art lamp is constructed of white glass overly with a subtle rose layer interior fixed to a shaft in opaque white glass, top open lamp-shade with three slender metal pins. Dimmer switch with European candelabra sucket.
References: Luigi Massoni and Alfredo Pozzi, Made in Italy, Giogio Mondadori & Associati, Milan 1986, p.161.

H.22 in.
D.18 in.

Second Generation Chiara Table Lamp, Cini Boeri, Murano, Italy, 1980s
$3,200
Second Generation Chiara Table Lamp, Cini Boeri, Murano, Italy, 1980s Image

[Item No. 16-T0001-S]

Second generation Chiara table lamp by Cini Boeri manufactured by Venini. This finely tuned art lamp is constructed of white glass overly with a subtle rose layer interior fixed to a shaft in opaque white glass, top open lampshade. Dimmer switch with European candelabra socket.
References: Luigi Massoni and Alfredo Pozzi, Made in Italy, Giogio Mondadori & Associati, Milan 1986, p.161

H.22 in.
D.18 in.

Early Royal Copenhagen Table Lamp, Denmark 1940s
$870
Early Royal Copenhagen Table Lamp, Denmark 1940s Image

[ITEM No. 14-T0002]

Early Royal Copenhagen porcelain table lamp with blue and gray crackle finished with gold to bottom and top extremities. The patinated brass hardware and total look of the lamp attest to the high quality of Royal Copenhagen’s design and manufacturing standards.
The shade is newly made in silk.

H.21 in
D.14.50 in

Floor Lamp, Switzerland, circa 1960
$1,600
Floor Lamp, Switzerland, circa 1960 Image

[ITEM No. 13-FL0001]

This floor lamp looks great in most positions and finding that just right angle is part of the charm of this simple design. It can be leveraged upward as seen here or downward beside a preferred reading chair. The shade has been remade of vintage fiber paper and stitched with black leather, shade remade by Rayon Roskar in House Shade Design. No more worries of what to do with the excess electric cord, the ring alongside the vertical stem handles nicely any loose ends. We are not entirely sure of the lamp’s pedigree though we do believe it a Swiss creation. When in full vertical position as seen in image one the lamp measures H 71″ Measurements below are for the shade height and width.

H.11.25 in
W.5.50 in
D.5.50 in

 

Modernist Desk Lamp, Switzerland, 1940s, Edition
$1,400
Modernist Desk Lamp, Switzerland, 1940s, Edition Image

[ITEM No. 16-T0007-C]

An Industrial desk lamp deeply steeped in the ethos of Swiss and German Modernism. The simplified and lighter look reflects another design similar in form and function to the German designer Karl Trabert for Schanzenbach, Frankfurt. The leveling system operates by touching the base and pushing or pulling up on the central stem. The stem is of painted wood.

H. 17 in.
D. 12.5 in.

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Bag Turgi 1940s Desk Lamp Image

Bag Turgi 1940s Desk Lamp

[ITEM No. 17-T0001]
Transitional desk lamp designed and manufactured by the Swiss power house bronze bronze work shop, BAG TURGI, Switzerland. The arm can be adjusted to accommodate an ideal lighting requirement.
Height meas... Read More

$2,000

Modernist Floor Lamp Image

Modernist Floor Lamp

[ITEM No. 17-FL0001]
Modernist floor lamp formally from the Ciby-Geigy Pharmaceutical Headquarters in Basel Switzerland. We have attached period photos of the lamp in the origin setting.
H.72 in.
D.21 in.

$6,700

Walter Bernhard Haggenmacher Table Lamp, Germany 1920s Image

Walter Bernhard Haggenmacher Table Lamp, Germany 1920s

[Item No. 17-T0004]
Walter Bernhard Haggenmacher (1882-1969) was born in the northern Swiss city of Winterthur. He studied at “Lehr- und Versuchsatelier für angewandte und freikunst” (Instructional and Trial Workshops for App... Read More

Price Upon Request

Bag Turgi 1930s Modernist Desk Lamp Image

Bag Turgi 1930s Modernist Desk Lamp

[ITEM No. 15-T0004 ]
A fine Bronzewarenfabrik desk lamp, Zurich Switzerland.
The warm hue of the refine silk shade balances the conservative rational of the nickel-ed brass hardware.
H.24 in
D.15.25 in

$2,700

BAG Turgi Floor Lamp, Switzerland, 1936 Image

BAG Turgi Floor Lamp, Switzerland, 1936

[ITEM No. 16-FL0002-C]
An extremely rare and beautiful lantern style floor lamp from the Swiss lighting design society BAG Turgi, Switzerland. The heavy tripod base elegantly terminates with a brass ball finial. The existing silk ... Read More

$9,000

Bag Turgi Telescopic Floor Lamps, Switzerland 1940s Image

Bag Turgi Telescopic Floor Lamps, Switzerland 1940s

[ITEM No. 14-FL0003 A,B]
Telescopic floor lamps manufactured by Bronzewarenfabrik, 1940s edition. Two available. One lamp has a painted aluminum shade holder and the other a glass shade holder. Both lamps come with faux parchment ... Read More

$3,900

BAG Turgi Telescopic Floor Lamp, Switzerland, 1930s Image

BAG Turgi Telescopic Floor Lamp, Switzerland, 1930s

[ITEM No. 16-FL0001-C]
Extremely rare Swiss modernist floor lamp boasting the clever on/off Bakelite switch significant to Sigfried Giedion and Hin Bredendieck. A Chinese chapeau sits on the milky glass visor the light is then con... Read More

$12,000

Chiara Table Lamp, Cini Boeri, Murano, Italy, 1980s Image

Chiara Table Lamp, Cini Boeri, Murano, Italy, 1980s

[Item No. 16-T0002-S]
First generation Chiara table lamp by Cini Boeri manufactured by Venini. This finely tuned art lamp is constructed of white glass overly with a subtle rose layer interior fixed to a shaft in opaque white glas... Read More

$3,200

Second Generation Chiara Table Lamp, Cini Boeri, Murano, Italy, 1980s Image

Second Generation Chiara Table Lamp, Cini Boeri, Murano, Italy, 1980s

[Item No. 16-T0001-S]
Second generation Chiara table lamp by Cini Boeri manufactured by Venini. This finely tuned art lamp is constructed of white glass overly with a subtle rose layer interior fixed to a shaft in opaque white gla... Read More

$3,200

Early Royal Copenhagen Table Lamp, Denmark 1940s Image

Early Royal Copenhagen Table Lamp, Denmark 1940s

[ITEM No. 14-T0002]
Early Royal Copenhagen porcelain table lamp with blue and gray crackle finished with gold to bottom and top extremities. The patinated brass hardware and total look of the lamp attest to the high quality of Roy... Read More

Floor Lamp, Switzerland, circa 1960 Image

Floor Lamp, Switzerland, circa 1960

[ITEM No. 13-FL0001]
This floor lamp looks great in most positions and finding that just right angle is part of the charm of this simple design. It can be leveraged upward as seen here or downward beside a preferred reading chair.... Read More

$1,600

Modernist Desk Lamp, Switzerland, 1940s, Edition Image

Modernist Desk Lamp, Switzerland, 1940s, Edition

[ITEM No. 16-T0007-C]
An Industrial desk lamp deeply steeped in the ethos of Swiss and German Modernism. The simplified and lighter look reflects another design similar in form and function to the German designer Karl Trabert for ... Read More

$1,400

21 products«1 of 2»