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Stunning wall chandeliers by Hans Bergström, made from lacquered metal with large glass lamp shades in fringy brass holders. The wall mountings are hidden by the flowers at the bases of the lights, and the handle and lamp shades are set to tilt slightly outwards. The yellow lamp shades are made from opaline glass that is glazed over on the outside and spread a soft warm light. Great quality and a joyous, extravagant design.

The chandeliers were originally made for a movie theatre in northern Sweden. View the third image to get an understanding of their considerable size.

The lamp shades are each 23 cm in diameter.

Three pieces available, price per piece.

Designer: Hans Bergström
Maker: Ateljé Lyktan
Year: 1940s
Country: Sweden
Condition: Very good vintage condition consistent with age and use, one lampshade is damaged at one end
Size: Height 157 cm, Width 77 cm, Depth 35 cm


More about the item

Hans Bergström was the owner and creative director of the lighting firm Ateljé Lyktan, which he founded in Åhus in the early 1930s. He ran Ateljé Lyktan for three decades while simultaneously freelancing as a designer for among others ASEA. Bergström created amazing lighting in various models, many of which were serially produced. With his artistic ambition to innovate and evolve, he cultivated his designs over time and slight variations (experiments, improvements) can be seen in models which are basically the same but produced during different periods. His small firm was renowned for the poetic beauty and high quality of its products and he was the favorite lighting designer of fellow architects, among them Bruno Mathsson. Throughout his career Bergström accomplished many important interior design projects and gained several prestigious awards for his work, such as the Gold Medal at the Milano Biennale in 1950.


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