Enameled ceramic floor lamp from Dijkstra, circa 1960-1970

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What I like

First of all I like is the beauty of the lamp as a whole, the foot formed by these two cylinder sections of the ceramic, surmounted by the cylinder of the off-white lampshade.

Above all, I really like the attention to detail: the slightly recessed base, the bowl-shaped top of the belly, and above all the superb celadon enamel with a hint of brown, with a very abstract decoration: it looks like a Zao Wou Ki! There are several examples of this blade foot, each with a really different enamel: the one we present has certainly one of the most refined decorations!

Finally, I like the reassuring and extremely refined presence of this lamp, placed on the floor or on a very low table, and its real ability to light up an entire part of the room.

What a beautiful illustration of the research carried out on ceramics, in a desire to offer a piece of painting in a minimalist room, very typical of the 1960s to 1970s!

Technical description

Dijkstra Lampen- the Netherlands

Floor lamp in ceramic with beautiful celadon enamel shaded with brown, the slightly recessed circular base surmounted by a portion of a cylinder with a basin top, the also cylindrical neck accommodates the socket and the cylindrical lampshade in off-white cotton, redone on model.

Work from Dijkstra Lampen, circa 1960-1970

Dimensions and weight

Dimensions of the lamp base:

Height at the socket: 44 cm – Width: 30 cm – Depth: 30 cm

Shade: Height: 75 cm – Width: 30 cm – Depth: 30 cm

Dimensions with lampshade:

Height: 113.5 cm – Width: 30 cm – Depth: 30 cm

Weight: 7kg

Mix & Match

This lamp is extremely refined, and will bring an elegant note to any interior.

Its celadon and brown colors, as well as the sand of its lampshade, will go perfectly with the large desk in walnut, chromed metal and black lacquer from the same years 1960-1970: the large size of our lamp is an asset for that it is an important element of the decoration of a room, while knowing how to remain reserved.

Surprisingly, this lamp can also be a powerful ally of the pair of Grasshopper armchairs by Sonja Wasseur, which come from the same country and the same period: in both cases, range with brown, elegance of minimalist lines, quality of the manufacturing.

I see our lamp interacting either with Daniel de Linière’s tapestry, Vent d’été, which also dates from the 1960s, whose greige background will play with the browns of the ceramic, or by remaining in the browns and elegance, with the Composicion metallica tapestry by Enrique Broglia, whose brass inlays will reflect the electric light!

As far as the sculptures are concerned, our lamp can perfectly illuminate the matte metal of the monumental statue by Guillaume Leunens, Colonnes, 1966: the years definitely match!

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The designer

To date, we have not found the designer: it is obvious that he has an important aesthetic sense: accuracy of dimensions and research of enamels.

The editor

Dijkstra Lampen is therefore a Dutch house producing lamps and floor lamps. Its range is vast: mainly lamps combining metal and glass, a certain number of examples of our lamp, with rather less attractive enamels, and a very interesting lamp also in ceramic, but square and bright red, designed by Caro Zalloni.

A beautiful and authentic lamp at a fair price

Our large glazed ceramic floor lamp produced by Dikstra has been carefully selected for its aesthetic qualities, originality and fair price. Our choice favors above all the acuity of the design and the quality of the manufacture, guarantee of a valorization of your new acquisition in your interior and of an ability to dialogue with your furniture, to agree and to mix to create unique decoration.

Buying vintage furniture and objects is surely a reasonable investment, so great is the appetite for the 1960s and 1970s.

Finally, buying vintage furniture and objects preserves the resources of planet earth.

Additional information
Weight 7 kg
Dimensions 30 × 30 × 113,5 cm




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Dominique de Paillerets is passionate about objects and art. He likes to combine Design furniture from the 70s and the 18th century, in the spirit Combining refinement and the spirit of the seventies

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