Sconce (amber)

  • Sconce (amber)
  • Sconce (amber)
  • Sconce (amber)
  • Sconce (amber)
  • Sconce (amber)
  • Sconce (amber)
  • Sconce (amber)

Sconce (amber)

Designer:
Producer:
Design year:
ca. 1970s
Design type:
Decor, Sconce
Dimensions:
Height:
39 cm |15.4 inches
Width:
13.5 cm |5.3 inches
Depth:
6 cm |2.4 inches
Colors:*
Amber, Black
Materials:*
Glass, Wrought iron
* Variations are separated by comma [ , ] while Combinations are separated by slash [ / ]

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About the design

This wrought iron sconce and candle holder is produced by Dantoft Kunstartikler, Denmark circa 1970s.

It is made up of curved black lacquered, welded wrought iron and a light amber thick glass round stone in the middle. Towards the side the wrought iron is bent into swirls, whereas above and under the glass stone, the long spire features a circular shaped and a butterfly shaped piece. At the bottom there is a shallow candle holder – fits a large candle for up to 3″ (7,5 cm) in width.

The light amber polished glass stone in the middle are placed to reflect the flickering candlelight and thus creating shadows to the surrounding wall. A true vintage addition to any modern decor – and is sure to catch positive attention from your guests!

Often bears the Dantoft sticker underneath the shallow candle holder.

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Sconce by Dantoft Kunstartikler, 1970s
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Dantoft Kunstartikler
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Meet the Designer

Simon P Henningsen

Simon P Henningsen

Simon P Henningsen was a Danish architect and designer. He was the son of Poul Henningsen’s first marriage. He studied architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, in 1944, but never graduated. In 1940, Simon P Henningsen was employed at Ole …

Originally produced by

ABO Randers

ABO Randers

ABO Randers A/S was a small lighting company, situated in Aalestrup, near Randers, in Jutland. It was founded in the late 1960s, and mainly based on one product idea – the successful Ball magnet wall lamp, originally designed by Benny Frandsen. The gen …