Just received an “1-2-3” table from the early 70:ies. I have been looking for one with this lower height (65 cm tall) to go with some Panton chairs and possibly our enamel plate from Der Spiegel. The table was quite a bargain – ca 40 euros!
A friend of me is selling some Panton pieces. Please let me know if you are interested and I will give you the contact info. A plastic Panton Chair in purple from ca 1971. Fabric print “Anatomie Lips” from the first edition 1968. A carpet “Mira-Carré” from 1974. A little spot misses the “hair” as […]
Here you see the result with 3×3 Spiegel lamps after we removed the purple ones from the wall.
Crazy find! Verner Panton’s Roulette carpet is rare in any color but I have never seen any in blue/purple tones earlier. Even more strange for me, who lives in a city where you normally never find any Panton design, it has been quite near my home my whole life! The previous owner had some danish […]
Something I have wished for a long time – the largest size “Geometri I” carpet in sun yellow / orange tones to our living room! The condition was over expectation for being 50-60 years old and the size fits this room much better than the old smaller version. A little fun to use them both […]
A new shade in orange for the Panthella lamp…
Just moved this Big Flowerpot lamp to a better location in the kitchen. The orange colored version must be one of the rarest so I am very happy for it!
Just realised I forgot to show this fantastic lamp wich we have had for some weeks now. It’s a vintage FUN 1DA with aluminium discs from the 60:ies made by J. Lüber.
At last some time to re-arrange the Spiegel lamps to a better color combination.
Some very cool pictures from the old factory at Emaillerie Corgémont 1950-60.
Some pictures from the enamel maker “Emalco Emaillerie SA” ca 1970. Verner Panton designed the wallpanels, tables and wire cubes in these pictures.
Just got a funny piece! This is a prototype for the New Wave wall/ceiling lamp. It was given to a man who worked with the artists at Holmegaard in the 80:ies. It is a bit larger and rounder compared to the serial produced version wich you see in the last pictures. It has also a […]