About praying mantises and fishing poles: rare original lamps from the 50s
The famous praying mantis lamp is a French design by Jean Rispal from 1950. This lamp, also known as the ‘mante religieuse’ lamp, is inspired by the shapes of a praying mantis.
The stand is made of walnut and the lampshade is made of pleated rhodoid. Each praying mantis lamp has a different shade. Jean Arp’s abstract organic shapes were also an inspiration for this design.
The fishing pole lamp is a Danish design by Svend Aage Holm Sørensen from the 1950s. The stand with a metal base is made of teak and has copper connectors.
As ‘the catch of the day’, the shades of the ‘fishing pole’ lamp are different in shape and size.
Find these beautiful 50s lamps by Rispal and Holm Sørensen and more on our website www.wonderwoodstore.nl!
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