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In the mid-1970s Danish lighting company Fog & Mørup collaborated with Arabia of Finland to prod..
Askepot, which translates into English as Cinderella, is an unusual industrial-style Jo Hammerborg p..
Designed in 1967 with a diameter of 22.5cm and height of 31.5cm, the Central is a member of Jo Hamme..
With its futuristic rocket-shaped outline, Jo Hammerborg's Corona is a space-age classic and beautif..
Designed by Fog & Mørup's head of design Jo Hammerborg and produced by F&M in the late 1960s..
Designed in the 1970s by Danish architects Peter Hvidt and Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen and produced by lea..
This classic 1970s modernist wall lamp was produced in Denmark by Fog & Mørup and designed by th..
Dating to the late 1950s/early 60s, the Eiffel (aka the Eifel) was one of Jo Hammerborg's earliest d..
The Falcon was designed by Andreas Hansen for Fog & Mørup in the early 1960s, this example in a ..
In 1969, a decade after creating his seminal and much-copied Saturn pendant light, Jo Hammerborg des..
A 1960s collaboration between Denmark's most prestigious glassworks, Holmegaard, and Fog & Mørup..
Offered for sale as a spare part, this is the purple top-layer glass shade of a Senior table lamp de..
A classic early (pre-1963) Jo Hammerborg design in his much-imitated signature copper-and-black comb..
The Radius is a striking multi-layered pendant Danish art light designed by Erik Balslev for Fog &am..
The first five years of Jo Hammerborg's 23-year reign as head of design at Fog & Mørup were the ..
The Regent is an elegant table lamp designed by Jo Hammerborg in the mid-1960s and produced by top D..
Designed by Jo Hammerborg and put into production by Fog & Mørup in the mid 1970s, the uncomprom..
Tunika was one of Jo Hammerborg's earliest lamp designs, first appearing in a magazine advert in 196..