Tall two tones table lamp made in light grey with light blue glazed ceramic by the Danish designer Esben Klint. New lampshades with DEDAR fabric.
Signed at the bottom.
Esben Bredsdrorff Klint (1915- 1969)
Born in Indonesia in 1915, Esben Klint learned his trade from some of the leading architects of his time: but above all he was a student of his father Kaare Klint, one of the most influential figures in Scandinavian design and who significantly shaped modernity - not only through the objects he designed, but for all as a professor in the Department for Furniture Art and Interior Design at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. Esben Klint was largely responsible for the establishment and direction of the family lighting company Le Klint. Esben Klint's model 107 pendant light so typical for Le Klint, as well as the model 311 and model porcelain light 163 are genuine classics. Each of these lamps is individually manufactured according to the Klint family folding process, a simple process which ensures that each maintains its modern look. Esben Klint's creations represent the origins of the Danish company Le Klint and are also an integral part of contemporary Danish design.
Glazed Ceramic Table Lamp by Esben Bredsdorff Klint for Palshus
Height: 18.51 in (47 cm)
Diameter: 4.73 in (12 cm)