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This elegant pair of wall lamps was manufactured by the Swedish company ASEA Skandia in the 1940s. The shell shaped glass shades rest on a brass fitting. The corrugated surface of the glass offers a pleasantly diffused light. Marked with ASEA stickers on the interior of the brass fitting. Both lamps have a light switch on the cord. Alternatively, the lamps can be directly connected to an electrical wall fitting.