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Layered pendant light in brushed golden aluminum by Frandsen lighting. Denmark 1970s


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Width: 38 centimeters, Height: 16 centimeters, Depth: 38 centimeters

A classic Danish layered pendant light with outwards turned discs in the style of the famous “Radius pendant”. It consists of 5 discs in brushed golden aluminum giving a nice soft and glare free projection downwards. The light coming out from between the discs creates a decorative effect along the sides.

Good vintage condition with a few minor scratches and marks. Standard E 27 light bulb socket.

Frandsen lighting started in 1968, Benny Frandsen received an education as a low-voltage engineer, but never really used it, he would rather design lamps. Frandsen was the man who invented the magnet ball lamp, which hung on the wall in almost all Danish homes, today it is a retro cult. with help from China, Verner Panton lamps and furniture are also produced at Frandsen and new ball lamps are back in fashion.

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Additional information

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 40 × 40 × 40 cm

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