Holmegaard Sonate pendant light Aubergine
This atmospheric pendant light was designed for the Holmegaard brand and released under the Sonata type. The Sonate pendant light was designed by Michael Bang in the 1980s. It is made of hand-blown glass. The pendant is eggplant red in color with a transparent edge. When the pendant is not lit, it appears black in color. If it does burn, the shade has a beautiful red glow, and the light is warm in color.
The lamp is about 40 years old and in very good condition. The manufacturer’s sticker is no longer present in the lamp.
Specifications Holmegaard Sonate Aubergine pendant light
- Height: 27 cm
- Diameter: 28 cm
- Total height with cord 165 cm (adjustable during installation)
- Material: glass
- Color cord: black
- Maximum wattage: 60W
- Socket: E27
- Suitable for LED lamps
- Weight: 1.5 kg
LED in your vintage pendant
With the current energy rates, energy conservation is an important point of attention. This pendant light contains an E27 socket. This makes it suitable for LED lighting and even for smart lighting. The light can also be used in combination with a dimmer.
The lights we offer are all available from stock. This means that we often ship your order the same or the next working day. Please note that we only have one item in stock. Because we only sell vintage lights, it is uncertain whether we will receive this light again in the future.
Worldwide it is possible to order from us. We ship the light carefully packaged in thick bubble wrap and registered in double-layer boxes. As soon as your package has been shipped, you will receive an email from Post NL. Here you will find the track trace information with which you can follow the package to your front door. After receiving your order you have 14 days to change your mind.
The history of Holmegaard Glassworks began in 1825, when Count Christian Danneskiold-Samsøe asked the King of Denmark for permission to establish a glassworks in Holmegaard Mose. However, the Earl died in 1823 without receiving an answer to his request. His widow, Countess Henriette Danneskiold-Samsøe, decided to continue the project when, shortly after her husband’s death, she received permission from the king to establish a glassworks.
The factory would be located in the peat bog because there was enough fuel there to produce the high temperatures for the glass furnace. The first production at the Holmegaard glass factory started in 1825. In the beginning, the factory only produced green bottles, but Henriette also wanted to produce clear glass cups, and the Bohemian glassblowers were able to manufacture them. The history of Holmegaard glassworks is the story of a few small glassworks in a peat bog, which grew into a large modern group over a period of 185 years. In the 20th century, artists emerged and designed and shaped Holmegaard’s glass products. This was the beginning of a long and proud tradition and as a result even today some of the best artists in Denmark are associated with Holmegaard’s glass production. View our collection of Holmegaard pendant lights here.