These two Mid-Century Modern wall lamps/wall sconces were produced by Philips in the late 1950s under the model reference 80.030. When this model was also exported to France from Belgium, they received the model name “Auray” after the name of the Breton city of Auray on the Gulf of Marbihan. It was designed in the 1950s by the famous architect and designer Louis Kalff.
The lamps have a beautiful brown teak base with a diffuser of opal satin-finished glass that ensures a soft and homogeneous light distribution. The lamps are easy to attach to the wall by means of a metal plate with holes on the back attached to the lamp.
The lamps are in a very nice vintage condition and have only minimal signs of use in accordance with their age and use in the past. The lamp has been tested and fully works.
Estimated period: ’50s-’60s.
Color: white and brown
Dimensions per lamp: 32 x 10 x 14 cm