Vintage Info

Model 7211 (round model) and 7175 (square model), a ceiling and/or wall lamp, won the iF-design award in 1964.

Staff Bubble Glass Pendant Chandelier

 

Condition: In perfect condition.

Materials: Chromed metal, metal and porcelain sockets, smoked crystal bubble glass, black metal ceiling piece.

Total Height: 120 cm – 47.24” – adjustable

Dimensions one light:

Height: 31 cm – 12.20”

Width: 17 cm – 6.69”

Electricity: 5 bulbs E27, 5 x 60 watt maximum – 110/220 volt.
Any type of light bulb can be used, preferably a white/opaque or frosted light bulb.

Period: 1960s – Mid-Century Modern.

Designer: “Produktgestaltung Staff & Schwarz GmbH” ((Product design Staff & Schwarz GmbH).
Often attributed to Helena Tynell, but here bubble lamps are different. She designed bubble lamps for Glashütte Limburg in the 1960s, another famous German light company. More info about those lights can be found here on Vintageinfo.

Manufacturer: Staff & Schwarz Leuchtenwerke GMBH, Lemgo, Germany.

Other versions: Made in 3 different sizes and used in many forms. Also made as a wall lamp, 1 pendent, 3 different sizes ceiling lights, table lamps and more. Also made quadrangular. A ceiling or wall light can be found here on Vintageinfo.

Model number: P105 – 60 watt.

StaffStaff & Schwarz Leuchtenwerk (lighting plant) – was established by Alfred Staff and Otto Schwarz in Lemgo, West Germany in 1945. In 1994 Zumtobel bought the company.

History of the company can be found here: 60 Years of Light from Lemgo – Zumtobel plant celebrates historic milestones

iF-design awards for this type of lights can be found here on the iF-design website: model 7211, model 7175.

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Other Staff lights on Vintageinfo click here.

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Staff Bubble Glass Pendant Chandelier - Glass parts

Staff Bubble Glass Pendant Chandelier - P105 - 60 Watt max, Made in Germany

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