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Busquet for Hala Zeist, Adjustable Floor Lamp, 1960s

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Busquet for Hala Zeist, Adjustable Floor Lamp, 1960s
Item Details
Description
Metal, plastic, lacquered white, chrome-plated
Holland, 1960s
Design: Hermann Theodor Jan Anthoin Busquet (1914-1977) – Dutch industrial designer
Manufacture: Hala Zeist - Netherlands lamp and furniture manufacturer, established in 1932
Arm marked with the maker ‘HALA’ and numbered ‘DRP 754354’
Single-light fixture
Height: adjustable from c. 147 to 200 cm
Busquet’s designs were very popular due to the simplicity of their designs and materials in the period after World War II
Estimate by Auctionata Expert: 1,400 Euro 

Condition:

The floor lamp has traces of age and use, like damages of the lacquer and rust. The white lacquer is stained and toned. The lamp was working during a short in-house test. However, Auctionata does not guarantee functionality. The lamp is c. 147 to 200 cm in adjustable height.


Hala Zeist (est. 1932)

Hala Zeist was founded in 1932 as an importer of German lamps, which since the 1930s also manufactured its own lamps and furniture. Due to the economic recession of the 1930s, the manufacturer used simple materials such as tube and iron. After World War II, ambitious designers created simple, affordable and decorative interior products. In the 1950s and 1960s, Hala Zeist was like no other company symbol of economy and modernity. One of the most famous designer and co-founder of Hala Zeist is Hermann Theodor Jan Anthoin Busquet. (tm)




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Busquet for Hala Zeist, Adjustable Floor Lamp, 1960s

Estimate €700 - €910
Sep 16, 2015
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Starting Price €700
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0127: Busquet for Hala Zeist, Adjustable Floor Lamp, 1960s

Sold for €700
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Est. €700 - €910Starting Price €700
Decorative Art and Design
Sep 16, 2015 12:00 PM EDT
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Lot 0127 Details

Description
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Metal, plastic, lacquered white, chrome-plated
Holland, 1960s
Design: Hermann Theodor Jan Anthoin Busquet (1914-1977) – Dutch industrial designer
Manufacture: Hala Zeist - Netherlands lamp and furniture manufacturer, established in 1932
Arm marked with the maker ‘HALA’ and numbered ‘DRP 754354’
Single-light fixture
Height: adjustable from c. 147 to 200 cm
Busquet’s designs were very popular due to the simplicity of their designs and materials in the period after World War II
Estimate by Auctionata Expert: 1,400 Euro 

Condition:

The floor lamp has traces of age and use, like damages of the lacquer and rust. The white lacquer is stained and toned. The lamp was working during a short in-house test. However, Auctionata does not guarantee functionality. The lamp is c. 147 to 200 cm in adjustable height.


Hala Zeist (est. 1932)

Hala Zeist was founded in 1932 as an importer of German lamps, which since the 1930s also manufactured its own lamps and furniture. Due to the economic recession of the 1930s, the manufacturer used simple materials such as tube and iron. After World War II, ambitious designers created simple, affordable and decorative interior products. In the 1950s and 1960s, Hala Zeist was like no other company symbol of economy and modernity. One of the most famous designer and co-founder of Hala Zeist is Hermann Theodor Jan Anthoin Busquet. (tm)




Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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