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Josef Frank Table Lamps

Austrian, 1885-1967

Austrian architect and furniture and fabric designer Josef Frank was a leading voice for a gentle, humane modernism. His advocacy of warm, comfortable, eclectically styled environments was highly influential in his adopted country of Sweden, and it’s now widely regarded as a harbinger of the backlash against doctrinaire modernism and the embrace of the homespun that occurred in the late 1960s.

The son of a successful Viennese textile manufacturer, Frank studied architecture at Vienna University of Technology, graduating in 1910. From the first years of his practice, he marched counter to the orderly, symmetrical architectural layouts and decors prescribed by contemporaries such as Adolf Loos.

Frank drafted rooms of varying shapes and called for flexible interior-design arrangements. His furniture pieces are light and easy to move — and his chairs are always made of wood, most often with lushly curved steam-bent arms and slatted backs. Frank openly loathed the tubular steel furnishings and “machine for living” aesthetic promoted by Le Corbusier and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and other Bauhaus principals. “The home must not be a mere efficient machine,” Frank once said. “It must offer comfort, rest and coziness…. There are no puritan principles in good interior decoration.”

Frank — who was Jewish — sensed the dire implications of the rise of Nazism in Germany and Austria, and in 1933 he moved to Stockholm with his Swedish wife, Anna. He became the design chief for the furnishings maker Svenskt Tenn and found a perfect match culturally for his brand of simple, relaxed and bright creations. Like many modernists — notably Charles and Ray Eames and Alexander Girard — Frank had a deep love of folk art, which influenced his designs for a wide array of colorful, richly patterned upholstery fabrics, many based on the classic “Tree of Life” motif.

In all his designs, Frank took inspiration from a broad variety of sources. In his furniture, one can discern traces of Asian patterns, Rococo, Italian Renaissance, Scandinavian handicrafts and even Chippendale pieces. As such, the work of Frank — the friendly modernist — is at home in any type of décor.

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Creator: Josef Frank
Pair of Stilarmatur Tranås Table Lamps with Josef Frank Shades, Sweden, 1960s
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank, AB Stilarmatur Tranås
Located in The Hague, NL
This elegant pair of table lamps was produced by AB Stilarmatur Tranås in Sweden in the 1960s. Made of teak wood, the circular bases have an interesting hand carved arched motif thro...
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1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Teak, Linen, Fabric

Glass and brass table lamp 1819 by Josef Frank, Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1930s
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in Hägersten, SE
Table lamp model 1819 designed by Josef Frank. Produced in Sweden by Svenskt Tenn, the glass mold blown by Reijmyre. Thick mold blown clear glass and brass. Light switch on the lamp ...
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1930s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Carrara marble table lamp 2575 by Josef Frank, Svenskt tenn
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in Hägersten, SE
Table lamp model 2575 designed by Josef Frank. Produced by Svenskt Tenn and this piece ca 1950-60s. The lamp is commonly made from wood but this example made from carrara marble ston...
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1930s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Carrara Marble

Table lamp 2467 by Josef Frank. Firma Svenskt Tenn, Sweden
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in Hägersten, SE
Table lamp model 2467 designed by Josef Frank. Produced in Sweden by Svenskt Tenn. designed in 1938, this piece of a later manufacturing. Brass and original shade re-sewn with single...
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1930s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Josef Frank J.T. Kalmar Brass & Leather Desk Table Lamp, 1950s, Austria
By Josef Frank, J.T. Kalmar, Haus & Garten
Located in Biebergemund, Hessen
Important 1950s desk lamp, designed by Josef Frank and manufactured by J.T. Kalmar in the Viennese Modern Age era. The light is made of massive brass in very elegant shape and high q...
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Mid-20th Century Austrian Mid-Century Modern Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

20th Century Swedish Art Deco Svenskt Tenn Glass Table Light by Josef Frank
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A sculptural, vintage Art Deco table light with a new beige round shade, made of hand blown slightly smoked glass designed by Josef Frank and produced by Svenskt Tenn, in good condit...
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Early 20th Century Swedish Art Deco Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Metal, Brass

Table Lamp in Brass and Original Lamp Shade by Josef Frank, 1960's Svenskt Tenn
By Josef Frank
Located in Limhamn, Skåne län
Table Lamp in Brass and Original Lamp Shade by Josef Frank, 1960's Additional Information: Material: Brass and original lamp shade Style: Mid century, Scandinavian Rare table lamp model 2467...
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20th Century Swedish Scandinavian Modern Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Table lamp modell 2563 by Josef Frank
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Rare Large Table lamp modell 2563 by Josef Frank for Svenskt tenn, Sweden. Carved lamp arm in a white lacquered color with a large flower printed lamp shade...
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Table lamp model 2552 designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s
By Josef Frank, Svenskt Tenn
Located in Stockholm, SE
Table lamp model 2552 designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s Stamped. Brass and textile. Josef Frank was a true European, he was also a pioneer of what would beco...
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1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Table lamp model 2434 designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1939 Red
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in Stockholm, SE
Table lamp model 2434 designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1939. Polished and lacquered brass, a leather-clad stem with a textile shade. Stamped. Josef Frank was a tr...
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1930s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Pair of brass table lamps model 2466 designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in Stockholm, SE
Pair of table lamps model 2466 designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s. Brass, lacquered brass and original fabric shades. Stamped. Josef Frank was a true European...
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1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Pair of Josef Frank Brass Table Lamps - Rare
By Josef Frank
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Very rare table lamps by Josef Frank, made in a small number in the 1930s. The model is a table size version of the 2326 floor lamp by Frank. The lamps remain in original condition e...
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Early 19th Century Swedish Scandinavian Modern Antique Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Midcentury Modern table or desk lamp by Josef Frank, Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in Stockholm, SE
Rare, elegant brass table or desk lamp by Josef Frank, with original leather upholstery with some patina on the stem and base. Flexible neck and decorative round brass feet.
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Josef Frank, Table Lamp, Brass, Silk, Sweden, 1950s
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in High Point, NC
A three-armed brass blue green and yellow silk fabric table lamp designed by Josef Frank and produced by Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, c. 1950s. Overall Dimensions (inches): 21" H x 15” W x...
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1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Josef Frank Brass & Pleated Shades Table Lamp - 1960s Svenskt Tenn, Sweden
By Josef Frank
Located in Round Rock, TX
Vintage production table lamp designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden. Model 2483 with original hand made chintz shades. Designed in 1934, this lovely example features a h...
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1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Josef Frank J.T. Kalmar Table Lamp Tisch-Überall, Brass & Leather, Austria, 1930
By Haus & Garten, J.T. Kalmar, Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank, Oskar Wlach
Located in Vienna, AT
A wonderful Viennese Modernism table or desk lamp form the 1930s, designed by Josef Frank for Haus & Garten (Josef Frank und Oskar Wlach) in 1934. The...
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1930s Austrian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Iron, Wire, Brass

Josef Frank, table lamp model 2332, Firma Svenskt Tenn, Scandinavian Modern
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in Stockholm, SE
Josef Frank table lamp, model 3223. Designed in 1932 for Firma Svenskt Tenn. In solid brass, marked Svenskt Tenn 3223. This example is made during mid-1900s.
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1930s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Table Lamp Model 2468 Designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s
By Josef Frank
Located in Stockholm, SE
Table lamp model 2468 designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s. Brass with cotton shades. Stamped. Model 2468 is a delightful brass table lamp with three small shades in green, yellow, and red. The lamp has an elegant brass base with three stems that hold the shades at different heights. Because of its tricolour shades, it is known as the “traffic light lamp”. Designed by Josef Frank in the 1950s, this lamp has become a timeless Svenskt Tenn collectable. H: 54 cm W: 42 cm Shade D: 15 cm Josef Frank was a true European, he was also a pioneer of what would become classic 20th century Swedish design and the “Scandinavian Design Style”. Austrian- born Frank started his design career as an architect after having trained at the Technische Hochschule in Vienna between 1903 and 1910. After his training he went on to teach at Kunstgewerbeschule (The Viennese School of Arts and crafts) where he developed and espoused the new school of modernist thinking towards Architecture and Design that was coming to fruition in Vienna at the time. He also went on to lead the Vienna Werkbund throughout the 1920s. This was a truly progressive group of Architects and Designers who set about improving the daily lives of Austrian people through modernist design and architecture in partnership with Arts and Crafts ideals and construction. Frank’s leadership of the Werkbund had already cemented his place at the forefront of European design. Frank’s time in Vienna was typified by his design for the “Die Wohnung” exhibition of the Deutscher Werkbund in Stuttgart, 1927 where he exhibited along side his contemporaries at the forefront of design, such as the likes of Le Corbusier and Walter Gropius. Here he showed a specially designed pair of flat-roofed reinforced concrete houses in what is now seen as a typical modernist style. What separated Frank’s house from the other 32 houses of the exhibition was the interior and furniture inside the building. It was described as “Neo-Classical” and filled with an eclectic mix of period pieces, modern design and pieces designed by Frank himself that seemed to cross the two worlds. This was a complete opposite direction to that which his fellow Architects were travelling in with their pared back and angular aesthetics. Frank said of his own work: “The house is not a work of art, simply a place where one lives,” and by this reasoning Frank rejected the regimental mechanisation of the living space that his contemporaries believed in, instead he set about creating congenial and spontaneous interiors. Frank’s practice saw him placing the bright colours and the soft forms of nature back into the furnishings and interiors that he thought modernism sorely mist. Frank, along with Oskar Walch set up Haus und Garten in Vienna in 1925. This was Frank’s first commercial foray into furniture and home furnishings and the company went on to become the most influential furnishing house in Vienna with a riotous depth of colour and interesting shapes becoming the trademark of their design. However this success was to come to an end with rise of Nazism in Vienna in the early 1930’s. Frank was Jewish, and he and his wife Anna decided they would leave Vienna for her motherland: Sweden, in 1933. Frank continued to design for Haus and Garten, visiting Vienna occasionally and designing the pieces that would continue to be the company’s best sellers long after Frank was forced to hand the company over in 1938 after the Third Reich annexation of Austria. When Josef and Anna had moved to Sweden Frank had struck up a working relationship with Design shop owner Estrid Ericson. Ericson was the proprietor of Svenskt Tenn that at this point was a successful interiors shop in Stockholm with the royal warrant of appointment to the Swedish Royal Household. In 1935 Frank had become the chief designer for Svenskt Tenn and had set about putting all of his creative effort into his designs for the company. At the World Expositions in Paris in 1937 and New York in 1939 the world saw for the first time the wealth of products that Frank had been working on, ranging from candlesticks to cabinets, there was not a domestic object that Frank had not subjected to his colourful, comfortable and organic style of Modernism. Frank’s new school of Modernism championed ideas such as chairs having a freeing, open back and that “If one desires the room to be comfortable…all pieces of furniture should allow for a free view of the separating line between the floor and the wall. A cabinet without legs breaks this line and thus reduces the feeling of space.” A world-wide audience tired of classic Modernism’s furniture with solid planes and aggressive forms leapt upon these ideas and Franks natural and bright designs for Svenskt Tenn became internationally desired. Frank created over 2000 designs for Svenskt Tenn and his products continue to be the core of their brand. Frank’s rejections of tubular metal and heavy lacquers within his furniture have insured his unique light form of Modernism continues to influence and flourish today. His natural toned mahogany and walnut pieces along with his tactile leather covered and brightly shaded lighting still bring the forms of nature back into the home. Original Frank pieces are now increasingly rare, highly desirable and are the epitome of “Scandinavian Design”. Renowned Designer and Academic Isle Crawford...
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1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Table Lamp Model 2466 Designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s
By Josef Frank
Located in Stockholm, SE
Table lamp model 2466 designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s. Brass with fabric shade. Stamped. An understated and tim...
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1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Josef Frank J.T. Kalmar Brass Bamboo Table Lamp 'Tisch-Überall', 1940s, Austria
By Josef Frank, J.T. Kalmar, Haus & Garten
Located in Biebergemund, Hessen
Important & rare, early 1940s 'Tisch Überall' table lamp mod. 1092, designed by Josef Frank for Haus & Garten and manufactured by J.T. Kalmar, handmade in the Viennese Modern...
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1940s Austrian Vienna Secession Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Josef Frank Table Lamp Model G-2466 Produced by Svenskt Tenn
By Josef Frank
Located in Limhamn, Skåne län
Rare table lamp model G-2466 designed by Josef Frank. Produced by Svenskt Tenn in Sweden.
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1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Metal, Brass

Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn "2467" Brass Table Lamp, 1950s
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in Praha 2, Hlavní město Praha
Brass table lamp, model 2467, designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn in Sweden, 1950s. This elegant and rare Swedish table lamp was designed in the 1950s by renowned Austrian-born...
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1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

20th Century Swedish Svenskt Tenn Brass Dressing Table Lamp by Josef Frank
By Josef Frank, Svenskt Tenn
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A gold, vintage Mid-Century Modern Swedish dressing table lamp with a new white round shade made of hand crafted polished brass, designed by Jos...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Mid-Century Modern Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Metal, Brass

Josef Frank Table Lamp
By Josef Frank
Located in San Francisco, CA
A brass coated pewter lamp by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn. Model #2332. Conical wicker shade of later vintage. Two available. Only one shade.
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1930s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass, Pewter

Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn "2468" Brass Table Lamp, 1960s
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in Praha 2, Hlavní město Praha
Rare 3-armed brass table lamp, model 2468 (also known as the "traffic light lamp"), designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn in Sweden, 1960s. Designed by renowned Austrian-born pio...
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1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Josef Frank Brass Mid-Century Table Lamp Model 2552
By Josef Frank
Located in London, GB
A single table lamp by Josef Frank for Firma Svenskt Tenn. Sweden, c1938, likely c1940s. Naturally patinated brass, stamped to underside with the model number. No shade wa...
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1930s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Josef Frank, Table Lamp "2388", Firma Svenskt Tenn
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in Stockholm, SE
Table lamp model 2388, designed by Josef Frank in 1936. Manufactured by Firma Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, mid-1900s.
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Mid-Century Modern Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Josef Hoffmann & Josef Frank & Wiener Werkstaette Ball Table Lamp, Re-Edition
By Wiener Werkstätte, Josef Frank, Josef Hoffmann, Woka Lamps
Located in Vienna, AT
1920 designed Josef Hoffmann chased brass lamp base, different finishes available. Hand sewn Lamp Shade with a Josef Frank fabric, different patterns available. Sample book of the Wi...
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Josef Frank Table Lamp 'Tisch-Überall' Mod. 1092 by Kalmar, Brass Leather, 1950s
By J.T. Kalmar, Josef Frank
Located in Hausmannstätten, AT
A gorgeous and rare table lamp model 'Tisch-Überall' no. 1092 designed by Josef Frank in 1934 or earlier for Haus & Garten. The offered piece was manufactured by J.T. Kalmar, Vienna,...
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1950s Austrian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Table Lamp Model 2434 Designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1939
By Josef Frank
Located in Stockholm, SE
Table lamp model 2434 designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1939. Polished and lacquered brass with fabric shade. Measures: H: 58 cm W: 50 cm Josef Frank was a true E...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Mid-Century Modern Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Table Lamp #2434 Designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden
By Josef Frank, Svenskt Tenn
Located in Stockholm, SE
Very rare, elegant brass table or desk lamp by Josef Frank, with a dark green shade. Original black leather upholstery on the stem and base. Flexible neck and decorative round brass ...
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Josef Frank, Large Table Lamps, White-Painted Wood, Svenskt Tenn, 1970s
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in High Point, NC
A pair of large table lamps for Svenskt Tenn, Stockholm, Sweden. In painted turned wood. Lampshades are not included, stated dimensions are without l...
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1970s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Table lamp model 2552 designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden. 1950s
By Josef Frank
Located in Stockholm, SE
Brass. Table Lamp Model 2552 Designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s Measures: H 49.5 cm Josef Frank was a true European, he was also a pioneer of what would become classic 20th century Swedish design and the “Scandinavian Design Style”. Austrian- born Frank started his design career as an architect after having trained at the Technische Hochschule in Vienna between 1903 and 1910. After his training he went on to teach at Kunstgewerbeschule (The Viennese School of Arts and crafts) where he developed and espoused the new school of modernist thinking towards Architecture and Design that was coming to fruition in Vienna at the time. He also went on to lead the Vienna Werkbund throughout the 1920s. This was a truly progressive group of Architects and Designers who set about improving the daily lives of Austrian people through modernist design and architecture in partnership with Arts and Crafts ideals and construction. Frank’s leadership of the Werkbund had already cemented his place at the forefront of European design. Frank’s time in Vienna was typified by his design for the “Die Wohnung” exhibition of the Deutscher Werkbund in Stuttgart, 1927 where he exhibited along side his contemporaries at the forefront of design, such as the likes of Le Corbusier and Walter Gropius. Here he showed a specially designed pair of flat-roofed reinforced concrete houses in what is now seen as a typical modernist style. What separated Frank’s house from the other 32 houses of the exhibition was the interior and furniture inside the building. It was described as “Neo-Classical” and filled with an eclectic mix of period pieces, modern design and pieces designed by Frank himself that seemed to cross the two worlds. This was a complete opposite direction to that which his fellow Architects were travelling in with their pared back and angular aesthetics. Frank said of his own work: “The house is not a work of art, simply a place where one lives,” and by this reasoning Frank rejected the regimental mechanisation of the living space that his contemporaries believed in, instead he set about creating congenial and spontaneous interiors. Frank’s practice saw him placing the bright colours and the soft forms of nature back into the furnishings and interiors that he thought modernism sorely mist. Frank, along with Oskar Walch set up Haus und Garten in Vienna in 1925. This was Frank’s first commercial foray into furniture and home furnishings and the company went on to become the most influential furnishing house in Vienna with a riotous depth of colour and interesting shapes becoming the trademark of their design. However this success was to come to an end with rise of Nazism in Vienna in the early 1930’s. Frank was Jewish, and he and his wife Anna decided they would leave Vienna for her motherland: Sweden, in 1933. Frank continued to design for Haus and Garten, visiting Vienna occasionally and designing the pieces that would continue to be the company’s best...
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Josef Frank Two Light Brass Table Lamp, Viennese Modern Age, Austria
By Haus & Garten, Josef Frank
Located in Biebergemund, Hessen
Very rare and elegant Viennese Modern Age adjustable brass and forged iron table lamp designed by Josef Frank for Haus & Garten in late 1920s, Vienna. ...
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1920s Austrian Vienna Secession Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass, Iron

Art Deco Josef Frank Brass Pair of Vintage Table Lamps Vienna 1930s
By Josef Frank
Located in Vienna, AT
Art Deco Josef Frank vintage table lamps from brass Vienna 1930s. A rare original brass pair of table lamps or bedside lamps, each with two shades and two switches The table lamps or bedside lamps show a pleated vintage lamp shade...
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1930s Austrian Art Deco Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Josef Frank Art Deco Vintage Brass Table Lamp for J. T. Kalmar Vienna circa 1934
By Josef Frank
Located in Vienna, AT
A table lamp by Josef Frank and executed by J. T. Kalmar Vienna, which has an adjustable flexible arm with a leather handle. The renewed lampshade is covered with beautiful multicolo...
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1930s Austrian Art Deco Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Iron, Brass

Pair of Josef Frank Brass Table Lamps, Model 2467/2, Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in The Hague, NL
This rare pair of table lamps was designed by Josef Frank and produced by Svenskt Tenn in Sweden in the 1950s. The lamps are marked with the model number 2467/2 on the bottom of the base. This model is no longer in production and was also featured in the 1950s Svenskt Tenn catalogue . The design is marked by the organic base in a propeller shape. The base is resting and slightly raised on three legs. The base and tubular central stem are all in polished brass. The empire shades have been renewed in an ivory, linen textured fabric which offers a nice contrast with the gold brass. Later light fittings...
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Pair of table lamps model 2552 designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, 1950s
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in Stockholm, SE
Pair of table lamps model 2552 designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s Stamped. Brass and textile. Josef Frank was a true European, he was also a pioneer of what w...
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1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Table Lamp Model 2467/2, Josef Frank for Firma Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in Örebro, SE
Table lamp model 2467/2 designed by Josef Frank for Firma Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1950s. Brass with fabric shade (the shade is most likely original...
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1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Josef Frank, Organic Table Lamp, Brass, Paper, Svenskt Tenn, 1950s
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in High Point, NC
An early production table lamp by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Stockholm, Sweden. Other lighting designers of the period include Paavo Tynell, Alvar Aalto, Serge Muille, and Angelo...
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1970s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Brass

Glass Table Lamp Designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Sweden, 1940s
By Svenskt Tenn, Josef Frank
Located in Stockholm, SE
Rare, early table lamp modell 1819 by Josef Frank, made from glass and brass. Weighty round glass base with bubbles caught inside. Colorful shade in green, red and white.
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1940s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Josef Frank Table Lamps

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Textile, Glass

Josef Frank table lamps for sale on 1stDibs.

Josef Frank table lamps are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of metal and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Josef Frank table lamps, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. We have 30 vintage editions of these items in-stock, while there is 2 modern edition to choose from as well. Many of the original table lamps by Josef Frank were created in the mid-century modern style in europe during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider table lamps by Gustavsberg, Hans Bergström, and Böhlmarks. Prices for Josef Frank table lamps can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $2,400 and can go as high as $10,231, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $4,600.

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