Grete Helland-Hansen lamp

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Grete Helland-Hansen Nash (1939-1999) was born in Oslo, Norway.

After studying at the National Academy of Arts, she worked at the Aluminia Factory in Copenhagen and was part of a group of young female potters who created the Tenera range. 

In 1966 she worked in the USA, where she developed her use of the Japanese raku technique, moving back to Norway in 1972. She continued her studio work in Norway and is represented in the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, the West Norway Museum of Decorative Art and Sørlandets Art Museum.

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DESIGNER: Grete Helland-Hansen for Royal Copenhagen Aluminia

PERIOD: 60’s

ORIGIN: Denmark

STYLE: Mid Century / Retro

MATERIAL: Ceramic

PLUG: European Plug (up to 250V)

LAMP HOLDER: E27 bayonet light bulb cap

CONDITION: In excellent condition. No defects and no restorations. In working order

DIMENSIONS: H 28 cm

WEIGHT: 1600 grs

PRODUCT CODE: 20TL055

Please note that the shade is not included.

More pictures available upon request.

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SHIPPING: Ships from Paris by Chronopst and rates may vary by destination and complexity (D+1 in France - 2/4 days in Europe). You will receive a tracking number to follow the shipping status.
Free delivery for Paris intra-muros by appointment (signature is required at delivery).
Customs duties and taxes may apply and are your responsibility.

RETURNS: Items can be returned within 14 days of delivery. For more information, please check SHIPPING & RETURNS.

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