Ice glas wall lamps by Kalmar ,sold

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Ice glass wall lamps from Kalmar

Austria around 1960.

3 pairs of three and a single wall lamp.

Pairs of three:
Height: 24 cm
Width : 42 cm

Individual:
Height: 17 cm
Width: 20cm

Ice glass wall lamps

The ice glass wall lamps from Kalmar Austria from the 1960s are known for their unique design and high-quality craftsmanship. Kalmar is an Austrian company that has been producing handmade lamps since the 1930s.

The ice glass wall lamps from Kalmar are characterized by their simple elegance and modern design. They consist of a metal frame and a cover made of white or milky glass that resembles frozen ice. The light is gently diffused through the glass, creating a pleasant atmosphere.

The lamps can be made in various shapes and sizes, from small round lamps to large elongated wall lamps. They are known for their high-quality craftsmanship and durable construction.

The Kalmar ice glass wall lamps from the 1960s are highly sought after today and can be very expensive depending on their condition and rarity. They are a unique addition to any modern interior and are highly valued by collectors and enthusiasts.

(J.T.) Kalmar

The Austrian designer and entrepreneur Julius Theodor (J.T.) Kalmar was born in Vienna in 1884. As the son of Julius August Kalmar – founder of the company of the same name, which specialized in candlesticks and other cast bronze objects – Kalmar gained extensive design experience at an early age. He went to the Birmingham School of Art and studied at the Vienna University of Applied Arts under the Vienna Secession architect Josef Hoffmann  (1870 – 1956).

In 1906 Kalmar joined his father’s company, which he took over in 1913. A strong supporter of the Arts & Crafts movement, Kalmar led the company away from the eclecticism of the late 19th century. Kalmar’s design aesthetic featured an integration of form and function, and a blend of classic tradition and forward-thinking innovation. In the 1920s  his designs dominated the influential avant-garde furniture store Haus & Garten, founded by the famous architects Josef Frank  (1885 – 1967) and Oskar Wlach (1881 – 1963 ) had been founded.

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