Pastoral Five armed Ceilinglamp mod T348/5 smoked glassdomes 1959, Hans-Agne Jakobsson, Sweden

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Fivearmed Pastoral Ceiling Lamp  with smokey glassdomes model  T348/5D produced in 1959.  Designed by Hans-Agne Jakobsson for Markaryd, Sweden. The glassdomes are  light smokey and in good condition.  The frame is in polished brass. 
Measures:  89 cmH x  60 cmD.  Dome: 18 cmD.

Hans- Agne Jakobsson (1919-2009 ) was a Swedish interior decorator and furniture designer most active between the 1950s and 70s. Jakobsson was born in Havdhem on Gotland in Sweden in 1919. Hans-Agne Jakobsson first was a carpenter and then continued his education in Gothenburg, graduating with a degree in architecture. He was first hired by General Motors as an industrial designer and then worked as an assistant to both well known Carl Malmsten (1888-1972) and Werner West (1890-1959).
Hans- Agne Jakobssons lighting received great international attention. He was experimenting with a wide range of materials as brass, iron, glass, fabric, and wood shavings, Jakobsson mastered both the direction and color of the light.

"A scandinavian midcentury modern lamp you will be able to enjoy your whole life!"
Regular price 15 000 kr
Fivearmed Pastoral Ceiling Lamp  with smokey glassdomes model  T348/5D produced in 1959.  Designed by Hans-Agne Jakobsson for Markaryd, Sweden. The glassdomes are  light smokey and in good condition.  The frame is in polished brass. 
Measures:  89 cmH x  60 cmD.  Dome: 18 cmD.

Hans- Agne Jakobsson (1919-2009 ) was a Swedish interior decorator and furniture designer most active between the 1950s and 70s. Jakobsson was born in Havdhem on Gotland in Sweden in 1919. Hans-Agne Jakobsson first was a carpenter and then continued his education in Gothenburg, graduating with a degree in architecture. He was first hired by General Motors as an industrial designer and then worked as an assistant to both well known Carl Malmsten (1888-1972) and Werner West (1890-1959).
Hans- Agne Jakobssons lighting received great international attention. He was experimenting with a wide range of materials as brass, iron, glass, fabric, and wood shavings, Jakobsson mastered both the direction and color of the light.

"A scandinavian midcentury modern lamp you will be able to enjoy your whole life!"