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Norwegian pair of Høvik wall lamps mod 7382 by Jonas Hidle 1970s

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A nice pair of mid-century glass and brass wall lamps model 7382 from the 1970`s made by Norwegian designer Jonas Hidle for Høvik Verk, Norway. These wall lamps are mouth blown and has enclosed airbubbles in the glass. Closed glasstop. The glasslamp is surrounded by a solid, polished and lacquered brass belt mounted on a brass back plate. Size: 29 cm high, 24 cm wide and 17 cm deep.

Jonas Hidle was very important as a lighting designer for Høvik Verk. Hidle was educated at Norwegian Technical College in Trondheim in 1937 and he worked preferably with designing light fixtures. Within this he made effort when new lighting was needed in almost all public buildings in Norway. Jonas Hidle was important in restoration work at national properties such as The Royal Palace, Nidaros Cathedral, Håkonshallen, Akershus Castle and Erkebispegården in Trondheim, as well as the City Hall in Oslo and a large number of old and new churches.

"A pair of Scandinavian mid-century modern lamps you will be able to enjoy your whole life!"











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A nice pair of mid-century glass and brass wall lamps model 7382 from the 1970`s made by Norwegian designer Jonas Hidle for Høvik Verk, Norway. These wall lamps are mouth blown and has enclosed airbubbles in the glass. Closed glasstop. The glasslamp is surrounded by a solid, polished and lacquered brass belt mounted on a brass back plate. Size: 29 cm high, 24 cm wide and 17 cm deep.

Jonas Hidle was very important as a lighting designer for Høvik Verk. Hidle was educated at Norwegian Technical College in Trondheim in 1937 and he worked preferably with designing light fixtures. Within this he made effort when new lighting was needed in almost all public buildings in Norway. Jonas Hidle was important in restoration work at national properties such as The Royal Palace, Nidaros Cathedral, Håkonshallen, Akershus Castle and Erkebispegården in Trondheim, as well as the City Hall in Oslo and a large number of old and new churches.

"A pair of Scandinavian mid-century modern lamps you will be able to enjoy your whole life!"