Offered by: Coroto
Strausberger Platz 8 Berlin 10243 , Germany Call Seller 49.171.706.0833


Pair of Danish Mid-Century Modern table lamps by Nils Thorsson for Fog & Morup

$ 2,000
  • Description
    These table lamps were designed by Royal Copenhagen’s head designer for the BACA series, Nils Thorsson in the 1960s. The lamps were produced by Danish company Fog & Morup. The base is made of stoneware and features Thorssons famous pattern showing abstract patterns of birds and flowers in neutral shades of brown, beige, and white.
    The lamps are in very good condition with marks dating their production. The lamp’s base measures 31 cm in height and 10 cm width and depth. Both bear full printed factory marks on the base, including Royal Copenhagen Denmark Fajance over Nils Thorsson’s artist cipher.

    Nils Johan Thorvald Thorsson (1898–1975) was a Swedish-Danish ceramic artist, a prolific designer, and the Artistic Director of Royal Copenhagen. Thorsson’s work exemplifies midcentury Danish modernism; he designed the Baca production range in the 1960s.
  • More Information
    Documentation: Signed
    Origin: Denmark
    Period: 1950-1979
    Materials: stoneware
    Condition: Good. The lamps have been rewired with new switches and European plugs. The shades are new as well.
    Number of Pieces: 2-3
    Styles / Movements: Modern, Mid Century, Scandinavian Modern
    Incollect Reference #: 527024
  • Dimensions
    H. 21.65 in; Diam. 13.78 in;
    H. 55 cm; Diam. 35 cm;
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