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Vintage Danish Red Adjustable Sconces for Fog & Mørup 1970s

1,840.00
Vintage Danish Red Adjustable Sconces for Fog & Mørup 1970s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs
Vintage Danish Red Adjustable Sconces for Fog & Mørup 1970s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs
Vintage Danish Red Adjustable Sconces for Fog & Mørup 1970s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs
Vintage Danish Red Adjustable Sconces for Fog & Mørup 1970s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs
Vintage Danish Red Adjustable Sconces for Fog & Mørup 1970s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs

Vintage Danish Red Adjustable Sconces for Fog & Mørup 1970s

1,840.00

Pair of Ferrari red wall lights, Phister by Hans Due (Denmark, 1941) for Fog & Mørup, Denmark, 1975. These sconces are burstingt with color and have a fascinating geometry. The essential shape is a cylinder with the top and bottom cut at opposing angles, creating a sharp silhouette. The lower diffusers project project light in different directions by rotating from left to right. They can be used as wall lamps, or equally as well as table lamps because of their cord and plug. 

 

Dimensions

  • Height: 10.5 in. (26.67 cm)
  • Length: 3.75 in. (9.53 cm)
  • Depth: 3.5 in. (8.89 cm)

European candelabra e14 base

 

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Fog & Mørup was started in Denmark in1904 by Ansgar Fog and E Mørup. They started to specialize in lighting in 1906 and opened their first lighting factory in 1915. After multiple factory expansions thanks to 20 years of continuous success, Fog & Mørup became a principal actor on Danish modern lighting, locally and internationally, due to the arrival of Jo Hammerborg as the director of design. The modernism of the new Fog & Mørup attracted the best designers like Sophus Frandsen, Claus Bonderup and Torsten Thorup, Jørgen Bo, E Balslev, Karen and Ebbe Clemmensen, Sidse Werner, Hans Due and Peter Avondoglio.

The most Iconic Fog & Mørup piece is the Semi, now a mid-century modern and Danish modern classic. Fog & Mørup was also producing lamps for Holmegaard, Royal Copenhagen and Kaj Franck’s Arabia.

In the late 70s, Fog & Mørup merged with Lyfa, another cult Danish modern lighting company. The Company ceased after Jo Hammerborg perished in a sky diving accident, and many subsequent company incorporations.

 

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    Pair of Ferrari red wall lights, Phister by Hans Due (Denmark, 1941) for Fog & Mørup, Denmark, 1975. These sconces are burstingt with color and have a fascinating geometry. The essential shape is a cylinder with the top and bottom cut at opposing angles, creating a sharp silhouette. The lower diffusers project project light in different directions by rotating from left to right. They can be used as wall lamps, or equally as well as table lamps because of their cord and plug. 

     

    Dimensions

    • Height: 10.5 in. (26.67 cm)
    • Length: 3.75 in. (9.53 cm)
    • Depth: 3.5 in. (8.89 cm)

    European candelabra e14 base

     

    Inquire

     

    Fog & Mørup was started in Denmark in1904 by Ansgar Fog and E Mørup. They started to specialize in lighting in 1906 and opened their first lighting factory in 1915. After multiple factory expansions thanks to 20 years of continuous success, Fog & Mørup became a principal actor on Danish modern lighting, locally and internationally, due to the arrival of Jo Hammerborg as the director of design. The modernism of the new Fog & Mørup attracted the best designers like Sophus Frandsen, Claus Bonderup and Torsten Thorup, Jørgen Bo, E Balslev, Karen and Ebbe Clemmensen, Sidse Werner, Hans Due and Peter Avondoglio.

    The most Iconic Fog & Mørup piece is the Semi, now a mid-century modern and Danish modern classic. Fog & Mørup was also producing lamps for Holmegaard, Royal Copenhagen and Kaj Franck’s Arabia.

    In the late 70s, Fog & Mørup merged with Lyfa, another cult Danish modern lighting company. The Company ceased after Jo Hammerborg perished in a sky diving accident, and many subsequent company incorporations.