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Hans Due's ufo-style lamp series Optima was launched by Fog & Mørup in 1972 and consisted of sev..
£299.00
The Eiffel (aka the Eifel) was one of Jo Hammerborg's earliest designs for Fog & Mørup, dating t..
£245.00
The Semi was designed in 1967 by Claus Bonderup and Torsten Thorup and was one of Fog & Mørup's ..
£295.00
Designed by architect Bent Karlby and produced by Lyfa in the late 1960s, the Kvadrille is a Danish ..
£450.00
Designed by Danish architect-designer Bent Karlby and produced by Lyfa in the 1960s, this rise-and-f..
£320.00
Jo Hammerborg's early 1970s Milieu pendant light series was produced by Fog & Mørup in three siz..
£275.00
Andreas Hansen's Falcon was produced by premier Danish lighting company Fog & Mørup in several d..
£325.00
This stunning multilayered pendant light fixture is an original and rarely seen Danish Form-Lig..
£650.00
These glossy, bright orange space-age pendant lights were made in Denmark in the 1960s and are based..
£199.00
Jo Hammerborg's Lento table/desk lamp series was launched by Fog & Mørup in the mid-1960s in thr..
£299.00
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