Multi layered pendant light by Kurt Wiborg for Jeka Lamper. Denmark 1970s


Width: 40 centimeters, Height: 20 centimeters, Depth: 40 centimeters

A large multilayered pendant light created by Kurt Wiborg. It consists of three brushed aluminum discs in different sizes creating a wide soft light projection down over a table as well as a decorative light effect as the discs lights up the one below. A perforated matte black cup holds the cylinder that houses the light bulb socket. Serves as both ventilation and decoration.

Great condition with almost no signs of ware.

Standard E27 light bulb socket.

JEKA Lamps, which was also called Jeka Metaltryk, was started by the designer Kurt Wiborg, who was trained as a metal printer at Georg Jensen’s Sølvsmedie from 1954 to 1959, including 4 years at the artisan school of Copenhagen. The start of JEKA (the name inspired by the Jutlandic statement: “Je ka” I can!) Was in a basement room in Nørrebro in Copenhagen in 1965.

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Additional information

Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 50 × 40 × 30 cm

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