If you've got a 70s-inspired interior, this 1970s Dijkstra pull-down hanging lamp could be perfect for it.
A great piece of 1970s design for not a lot of cash so far on eBay – this Dijkstra floor / table lamp.
Very much in that 'Guzzini' style, it's not quite a full-sized floor lamp at 114cm tall, but is probably something of an oversized table lamp too. Should work as either though. The lamp has a double-layered shade which gives off an orange glow when illuminated, with the height of the shade able to adjust on the chromed stem.
The lamp uses two bulbs and is said to be in 'very good condition', with no obvious damage, such as cracks or wear. Right now, it's at just 1 pence.
At first glance, you might be thinking Guzzini, but this is actually a Double Dijkstra Arc lamp.
This eye-catching 1970s design consists of two chromed metal arcs and two plastic shades, the plastic being double layered with a white interior contrasting with the brown outer shade. There's also an on/off switch and the option to move both shades individually from each other.
Fancy it? The condition is described as 'very good' and the price right now is £28.21.
A fine piece of 1970s design, but without the collector's price tag – this Dijkstra double arc wall lamp.
Not really a high-end brand, but certainly an eye-catching piece with two shades hanging at different heights from those curved stems, both hanging from the wall, complete with light switch.
How much for this minor gem? Right now just 1 pence, plus postage from Holland.