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Small table light by Carl Fagerlund for Orrefors. Shade with repurposed vintage fabric by Göta Trägårdh. Sweden 1960s.


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Height: 29 centimeters, Width: 25 centimeters, Depth: 25 centimeters

This is a small glass table lamp designed by Carl Fagerlund for Orrefors glassworks in Sweden. Deep blue color and a brass ring just under the lamp socket. It has the hand made inscription “Orrefors RD” followed by a series number that is difficult to read. The glass base is 16 cm tall and in great condition.

The shade is made from repurposed 1960s fabric wrapped around a new 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.

Standard E27 lightbulb.

Carl Gustaf Vilhelm Fagerlund 1915-2011 was born i Kalmar, Sweden. He was employed as a lighting architect at ASEA in Stockholm in 1944 and took a similar position at Orrefors glassworks in 1946.

Orrefors, one of the best known glassworks in Sweden, was founded in 1898. The company manufactured crystal glassware and art glass. The range consisted of crystal stemware, barware, vases, and sculptures and lighting products in crystal. The glassworks in Orrefors closed in 2012.

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 25 × 25 × 29 cm

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