This might be one for our regular space age contributors (you know who you are). That's because we're not sure of the model name of this pair of 1970s iGuzzini table lamps.
I've seen the larger versions of this Guzzini Clan table lamp on offer for seriously high prices. So right now, this one is something of a bargain.
The work of the company's in-house Studio 6G design team and produced from 1968 through to 1977, this is the larger version of the lamp, large enough to be used as a floor lamp if you wish, with a height of 51cm and a diameter of 46cm.
A space age classic and right now, at just £2.
Find out more at the eBay website
Also, thanks to Andrew for pointing out another vintage gem from Guzzini currently up for auction, this stunning Quadrifoglio table lamp by Gae Aulenti. It's on a Buy It Now for £425 and you can find out more here.
Not just one lamp, this auction is for a pair of Guzzini Sirio space age table lamps.
Designed back to the 1970s (as you might have guessed) and the work of design duo Lampa and Brazoli for Guzzini, each lamp is comprised of two half-spheres, spaced slightly apart and held together by chrome 'bolts'. They even fix to the wall, with the auction including original clamps for that, said to be 'rare'.
Condition is 'good', with no cracks in the lucite and just minor traces of use. Right now, the price for the two is just 62 pence.
I probably don't need to tell you the era of this Guzzini iGuzzini table lamp, the design pretty much tells you.
Yes, we're in the space age era of the early 1970s, with a dome shade that's hinged on both sides to attach to a curved base, with both shade and base made of sheet metal with a white painted finish. That hinge also means you can adjust the amount of light given out too.
It's described as being in 'good' condition, with some age-related marks and scratches on the white lacquer, but not to the point of severely diminishing the design. Want it? Right now bidding is at £1.20.