Henning Koppel for Louis Poulsen vintage oil lamp

$525.00

In 1961 Danish designer Henning Koppel family buys a little country house on the small island Fejø north of the island Lolland, Denmarks fourth largest Island. In this house, Henning Koppel draws Petronella in 1962 encouraged by his friend Poul Henningsen that had, for nearly a generation, a close co-operation with the electrical firm Louis Poulsen & Co. The result is a small chubby kerosene lamp, only 32 cms tall, given the quirky name Petronella. The brass lamp was a great success for both Henning Koppel and Louis Poulsen & Co. It was in production until 2006. This lamp is marked with a young Louis Poulsen label that would date the manufacturing of this lamp in the 1990's or 2000's. The lamp is in a perfect condition as well for the brass metals parts as for the glass parts.

The lamp is marked with a young Louis Poulsen label that would date the manufacturing of this lamp in the 1990's or 2000's. The lamp is in a perfect condition as well for the brass metals parts as for the glass parts.

We have two available.

Measurements (cm): H 32; W 17.5; D 17.5