Incl New Lampshade PALSHUS / Le Klint Denmark Tall Table Lamp Yellow Esben Klint Danish Mid-century Ceramic Lighting // PRICE UPON REQUEST //
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Lamp including new quality lampshade!
Tall table lamp made by the acknowledged Danish pottery Palshus in cooperation with the famous Danish lampshade manufaturer Le Klint.
Yellow glaze with a little light blue and incised stripe decor on body.
Design by Esben Klint.
Made 1960s or early 1970s.
The lampbase is marked on verso: Palshus Denmark Le Klint, E. K (for desginer Esben Klint), 337 and handwritten D/7X (for the yellow color with a little bright blue)
Marked on verso: Palshus Denmark, PL-S, DL 32 (model) and handwritten D/7L (for the color)
- - - - The Lampshade
The lampshade we’ve chosen for this lamp has been selected with great care to make the lamp look beautiful and well proportioned and spread a comfortable light and Scandinavian “Hygge”. It is a new quality lampshade designed in Denmark made of woven fabric with some texture and it’s off white. It includes a top cover so it will spread a cosy light downwards. The top cover is a typical Danish tradition because we care so much about the quality of light. It’s difficult to find this lovely type of lampshades in other countries. But the topcover is loose so can also be removed if you prefer it that way.
Very good used condition
No chips, cracks or repairs
Minor irregularities in glaze and clay are possible and normal due to production process.
height with lampshade: 67 cm (23.4")
diameter with lampshade: 35 cm (13.8")
height with socket: 46 cm (18.1")
height without socket: 38,5 cm (15.1")
diameter base: 15,5 cm (6.1")
Lightbulb: For type E26/E27 Edison screw-fitting.
European plug. If you do not use European plugs in your country you can either use an adapter or exchange it with a plug used in your country.
If you want an adapter just let me know.
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The Danish pottery Palshus was run by the couple Annelise and Per Linnemann-Schmidt (APL-S) from 1949 to 1972. They were influentual in Danish Art pottery and always made pieces of high quality.
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