Soholm Pottery Danish Purple Manilla Table Lamp Bedside Vintage 1960s 3306
Soholm Pottery Danish Ceramic Table Lamp
Small/medium lamp with a very beautiful glaze, handmade in Denmark in the 1960s/70s
Features a glossy warm amber glaze with shimmering purple and light blue highlights.
The lower half of the lamp features a beautiful and striking textured design that resembles grass.
Model number 3306, part of the Manilla Grass series designed by Svend Aage Jensen for Soholm Stentoj (Pottery).
Handmade in Denmark by Soholm on the Baltic island of Bornholm in the 1960s/70s.
Has manufacturer's details and model number etched on its base.
It will be rewired with vintage look braided cable. Please let us know which colour you would like. Dark brown, light blue and gold will all look good with this lamp.
24cm high including the lamp holder, which will be replaced, and 9cm wide at the base.
Excellent fully working vintage condition with only very minor signs of age.
Because it hasn’t been rewired yet, you have the opportunity to choose the colour of vintage style braided cable you would like it to be rewired with from a choice of black, dark brown, dark blue, light blue, burnt orange and old gold.
It will be rewired with vintage style braided fabric cable, and a new switch and lamp holder.
We can fit a British/Irish, European*, Aus/NZ plug or American** plug.
It takes a E27 lightbulb, maximum 60w (not included).
** If used in the USA/100/110/120v we recommend using an energy saving/LED bulb. E26 bulbs should work but because they are 1mm smaller they should be fully turned to ensure they make contact with the fitting. This lamp will take a European type/size lampshade with a ring of 1.5 inches (3.6cm) or alternatively a lampshade that sits on the light bulb. Full details of lampshades can be found under FAQs.
Note that we have attempted to show and state the condition as accurately as possible but this is a pre-loved, vintage item and some minor signs of age and/or use are to be expected. But unless otherwise stated there will be no chips or similar damage.
Handmade items may have manufacturing imperfections such as bubbles in glass or glazing marks in ceramics which add to the uniqueness of each item.