The Scandinavian collaboration between Danish lighting producer, LYFA, and the Swedish glassworks, Orrefors, began in the 1950s and carried on well into the 1970s. The chief designer at Orrefors, Carl Fagerlund, designed a wide range of crystal glass shapes, which LYFA could turn into lighting.
The result were several wall lights, pendants and flush-light with the common theme of crystal glass shades combined in various way with a brass structure. The crystal glass was either smooth thin bottle-green crystal glass or thick double corrugated crystal glass in three tones; rich amber, champagne and clear.
Often are these crystal lights marketed under Orrefors Krystalbelysning (Orrefors Crystal Lighting) with Carl Fagerlund mentioned as the designer.