Hala Zeist pendant lamp conical design, presumably from the 1980s.
Beautiful design, combination of glass and steel (stainless steel)
The ceiling rose is transparent in the same style. (small cutout, see the photos).
The lamp is in good condition with small signs of wear.
Thanks to its timeless design, this lamp fits well in both a vintage and a modern interior.
In the last 2 photos, the lamp is shown in combination with a mirrored head light bulb.
The photos are also part of the description.
Lamp socket: E14 (max 60 watt)
Length (including wiring): 190 cm
Height: 40 cm
Diameter: 10.5 cm
The lamp will be carefully packaged and shipped by registered post.
Hala was one of the first lighting companies in the Netherlands, founded in 1932 in Zeist and later relocated to Amersfoort. Herman Theodoor Jan Anthoin Busquet was the founder of the company. The origin of the company lies in Hannover, Germany. The name is derived from the Hannoversche Lampenfabrik GmbH, founded in 1920. HALA Hannover ceased to exist in the 1960s. Both companies sold the same lamps and used similar catalogues. In 2011, Hala took over Dijkstra lamps from Haarlem.
- No. of items
- Ceiling lamp, Hanging lamp
- Glass, Steel (stainless)
- Manufacturer/ Brand
- Hala Zeist
- Estimated Period
- Country of Origin
- Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
- 10×40×190 cm
- 850 g