Pendant Lamp from Vitrika DENMARK
Original pendant lamp from the mid-70s, designed by the Danish label Vitrika. White lacquered aluminum structure. The lamp is created from the superposition of several diffusing sheets that hide the central light source, thus ensuring that it does not dazzle to provide us with a more welcoming lighting; a system that made Poul Henningsen "fashionable" with its iconic PH lamps and that the rest of the Danish brands did not hesitate to apply to their designs.
In very good aesthetic condition with no appreciable signs of use. Replaced and functional electrical part (with system suitable for both led or filament bulbs) uses an E27 max bulb. 60W. (if it is filament, or the LED equivalent for said power).
And remember: Vitrika was founded in 1948 by a seller, a designer and a craftsman, forming the name from three Danish words "Vi" "Tre" and "Kan" (which translated into Spanish would be: we three can ;)
H: 20 cm D: 37 cm