Pendant Lamp from Vitrika DENMARK
Hanging lamp, original from the mid-70s, attributed to the Danish label Vitrika. Structure in white lacquered aluminum. The lamp is created from the superposition of several diffuser sheets that hide the central light source, thus ensuring that it does not dazzle to provide a more welcoming lighting; a system that Poul Henningsen created in his iconic PH lamps and that other Danish brands did not hesitate to apply to their designs.
In very good aesthetic condition with minimal signs of wear (like two small scratches, with loss of enamel, on the conical piece that crowns the lamp). Sanitary and functional electrical part (with system suitable for both led or filament bulbs) uses a max E27 bulb. 60W. (if it is filament, or the equivalent in led for that power).
And remember: Vitrika was founded in 1948 by a salesman, a designer and a craftsman, forming the name from three Danish words "Vi" "Tre" and "Kan" (which translated into english would be: the three of us can;)
H: 20 cm D: 49 cm