No. 232

  • No. 232
  • No. 232
  • No. 232
  • No. 232
  • No. 232

No. 232

Design year:
Design type:
Lighting, Wall lamp
21 cm |8.3 inches
15.5 cm |6.1 inches
14.5 cm |5.7 inches
No. of bulbs:
Bulb socket size:
Max Watt:
60 W
Blue / White / Brown
Pottery (Glazed)
* Variations are separated by comma [ , ] while Combinations are separated by slash [ / ]

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About the design

The No. 232 pottery sconce is designed by Danish pottery maker Jette Helleroe for AXELLA Design in the 1970s.

A cylindrical pottery sconce with a charming slightly curved shape and a bright colorful glaze. The sconce is covered with square shaped peepholes in various sizes, emphasized by a rich dark brown, almost burgundy rim, while the surrounding glaze features a wonderful specter of colors in blue and green nuances. The same rich dark brown rim glaze is used towards the top and bottom, while the inside is covered with a thin gray-greenish glaze, revealing the deep red tones in the clay underneath.

The light emits through the peepholes, leaving a pattern of light dots onto the surrounding space. The open top and bottom leaves a direct beam of light upwards and downwards.

It is hallmarked AXELLA design, signed Hellerøe (for Jette Hellerøe) and a number I read as 232, but it is very hard to read the number.

Available from The Collection

No. 232 by Jette Hellerøe
Jette Hellerøe
In stock: 1