Gunnar Asplund Pair of Large Wall Lights Model 641 in Soft Pink Glass, 1930s

$5,450.00 USD

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Gunnar Asplund for ASEA, pair of large wall lamps model 641, colored glass, metal, Sweden, 1930s

Swedish architect Gunnar Asplund (1885-1940) designed the originally for outdoor use intended lamps model 641 in the 1930s. With a diameter of 54cm (21.26 in.) the lights have an impressive size. A polygonal metal fixture with long arm holds the delicate glass shade in place. Where the metal ring surrounds the glass is where the cylindrical shade widens and gets smaller again. The soft pink glass is still the original, mouth blown glass. It is vividly textured with bulbs of different sizes. Please note that the metal shows patina that contributes to the value of the piece.

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Product details

  • Condition Good
  • Creator Erik Gunnar Asplund (Designer) ASEA (Manufacturer)
  • Date of Manufacture 1930s
  • Dimensions Height 14.18 in. Width 14.97 in. Depth 21.26 in.
  • Dimensions Height 36 cm Width 38 cm Depth 54 cm
  • Materials and Techniques Metal Glass
  • Period 1930-1939
  • Place of Origin Sweden
  • sold as set of 2
  • Style Scandinavian Modern (Of the Period)