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Small glass table light from Eneryda glass works with shade from repurposed vintage fabric by Göta Trägårdh. Sweden 1960s


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Height: 22 centimeters, Width: 16 centimeters, Depth: 16 centimeters

Small table lamp in blue glass with air bubbles. The light bulb socket is attached to the glass by a teak wood holder.

The shade is made from repurposed 1960s fabric wrapped around a wire frame. The print is called “Folklore” and was created by Göta Trägårdh. This is the original print from the 1960s, very well kept, free from stains and with the original vibrant colors still present. The shade is the kund that clips on directly to the light bulb.

The whole lamp is 22 cm including the shade. The lamp base alone is 10 cm tall.

Standard E14 lightbulb.

Eneryda glassworks was a glassworks in Eneryda in Älmhult municipality. The production included household glass and art glass, such as vases and animal figures in glass. Tableware was also manufactured. The glassworks was started in 1956 by the car dealer Arnold Karlsson from Växjö. The glass works was part of the southern Swedish region known as The Kingdom of Crystal.

Göta Elisabeth Trägårdh 1904-1984 was a Swedish textile artist. As a visual artist, she painted nature motifs in a strong style and drew from everyday events.

I try to make the pictures reflect the true look, color and condition of the piece. If you have any questions or want additional photos please send a PM before buying.

Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 16 × 16 × 22 cm

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