This striking table lamp was produced by the C.G. Hallberg company in the 1930s. The decorative design is characterized by the bell-shaped body in solid patinated brass. Circular base on which six curved components form a bell shape. The upper part of the body is made of by a sphere and column shape. The tall, cone shaped shade has been renewed in an ivory color and offers a pleasant and soft light distribution.
The lamp is in very good original condition, brass with a natural, beautiful patina acquired over time. New shade and new fitting/wiring. Currently with a 220V European plug.
C.G. Hallberg was a prominent Swedish goldsmiths and also a jeweler to the Swedish Court. Best known for its silverware and metalware, the central store was located at Drottninggatan 6 in Stockholm. Designers working for the company included Elis Bergh and Sylvia Stave
About the Swedish Grace Style: In the 1920s a young and talented generation of designers looked back to classicism and their own Swedish traditions, and created a unique style characterized by timeless proportions, exceptional craftsmanship and playful details.