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This site will show you the various Terry-deed Anglepoise lamps available to hunt out — or help you date your own vintage Anglepoise. This Model 90 is available in a variety of colourways. A great little buy! First, a Victorian Dating anglepoise lamps board…. It has compartments for the different flavourings. This old shop counter would make a wonderful kitchen piece itself. It has the original internal fittings which make fantastic spice drawers. The coin scoops for loose spices and the compartments for packets etc. As always, the items will be split between our web shop and antiques centre space.
They were produced by English Ironstone Ltd in Staffordshire. Actually, the style is very similar — the same artist could have been responsible for both the plates and the textile! This pair of items makes a nice little grouping — they would look perfect on a vintage, mid-century modern teak sideboard. We love the contrast of glazes on the vase — and the flash of orange of course. The stylised antelope is lovely.
We come across similar wooden sculptures quite often, but this one stood out from the crowd. This fondue set is top quality for its type also — enamel pan with teak detailing, warmer and a set of six forks. Pop that on the sideboard too… ready for the retro dinner party. More vibrant colour with this vintage lamp — our favourite Anglepoise for some time. We love the stepped base, shape of the shade and bold red colourway. The poster is gorgeous — and you can guarantee that most of those s Danish homewares on sale were gorgeous too!
We regularly come across these vintage aluminium colandersbut not often with groovy Dating anglepoise lamps handles. There are seven of these vintage metal containers. Next we have this drinks flask produced by Thermos. The clock dates from the same period. It was produced by another famous maker — this time Metamec. They produced this type of clock in many different colourways. This stainless steel tea strainer was made in Denmark. The Hornsea mug is one of a set celebrating the twelve months of the year.
Each one features a couple occupied in typical activities for the month in question e. They both have a really good mid century modern look. The larger of the two was produced by Anglepoisethe smaller by Tensor. This corner unit also dates from the 50s — it would sit very nicely with blonde Ercol furniture. The bright yellow floor lamp is a much more recent product. We bought a pair in a recent house clearance auction.
All the items shown will be heading towards the website or antiques centre soon, but feel free to enquire about anything that particularly takes your fancy. Unlike the coffee pot, we know a lot about this item. This is a fantastic early example with original paint finish, wiring and Bakelite switch. In superb condition and still fully working. This was an unusual buy at auction last week. A single lot, consisting of 21 vintage Anglepoise and similar lamps.
We bought them untested — but amazingly all bar one worked perfectly! We put some in our antiques centre pitch this morning…. First, a Victorian bread board… …this one has lovely carved decoration around the rim — leaves… or possibly feathers. And then a lidded metal spice tin dating from the same period.Dating anglepoise lamps
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