Pair of large vintage Panthella table lamps by Verner Panton for Louis Poulsen, 1970’s.

The Panthella lamp is a classic and iconic design created by Danish architect and designer Verner Panton.
The lamp was first introduced in 1971 and has since become a timeless piece in the world of lighting design.
Verner Panton was known for his innovative and futuristic designs, and the Panthella lamp is no exception.

The Panthella lamp features a distinctive, organic shape with a trumpet-like base and a hemispherical shade. One of its unique characteristics is the use of a white, acrylic shade that diffuses light evenly, creating a soft and ambient glow.
The lamp is often praised for its aesthetic appeal and functional design.

Over the years, the Panthella lamp has become a design classic and is still in production today.
It is available in various sizes and finishes, including table and floor lamp versions.
The timeless and elegant design of the Panthella lamp has contributed to its popularity and its status as an iconic piece of mid-century modern design.

The condition of the pair consists with its age and use with light defects.

H 70 – Base ⌀ 34 – Shade ⌀ 50 cm