The use of ceramics in the production of mid-century Danish table lamps proved to be the trigger for some of the most amazing looking modern lamp designs. Not only are the drip glazed effects simply sublime but when the ceramic bases are combined with wood lamp stands the results speak of elegance and quality.
Although the use of drip glaze set off the finish of a large number of Danish ceramic lamps this was certainly the limit of the way the material was used. Another extremely popular style of ceramic work was the ribbed look, particularly the melon shape, whether it was in the thin urn or the globular style.
The range of Danish ceramic table lamps displayed below and even further down the page gives you the opportunity to discover some of the most beautiful and imaginative table lamp designs.
Danish Ceramic Table Lamps For Sale
VTG Mid Century Modern Danish Pair Table Lamps Wood Ceramic 375 Tall No Shades
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Vtg MCM Mid Century Danish Modern Teak Wood Ceramic Table Lamp Base Prairie
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Vintage Danish Modern Blue Ceramic Base Table Lamp
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Vintage Mid Century Danish Modern White Ceramic Teak Wood Table Lamps pair
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Mid Century Modern DANISH Table Lamp Textured Weave Pottery Teak Wood Light
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Danish Art LHjorth hand painted tablelamp Brown Ceramic114 inch1900 1940
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Danish Modern White Ceramic Table Lamp Vintage Mid Century Gerald Thurston Style
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vintage MID CENTURY BLUE drip glaze ceramic lamp Danish Eames
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UNIQUE DANISH TEAK GLAZED CERAMIC ATOMIC MODERN MID CENTURY TABLE LAMP
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One of the typical ceramic manufacturers that is indicative of the best of Danish ceramics is Haeger and the pottery that was produced, particularly the glaze work that the lamp bases are finished with, are great examples to look for.
Featured below is a couple of mid-century Danish ceramic table lamps that were sold recently.
These lamps are large ceramic drip glazed lamps that date from the mid-century with vibrant colors that are extremely attractive and suit their retro shape and feel. These lamps were sold for a little over $70.00.
In stark contrast this second set of Danish ceramic lamps are also extremely striking, largely due to their shape and the rings that have been worked into the bodies of the lamp bases. The use of teak at the base and the stand is very typical of the style. These lamps sold for $275.00.
There are many other ways in which the Danish design style was represented in the creation of modern and artistic lamps. Browse through the selection of Danish teak table lamps, Danish glass table lamps or simply take a look at the more general and diverse selection of Danish retro table lamps.