Royal Copenhagen Mythos 350 pendant
Discover the timeless elegance of the Mythos pendant lamp, a masterpiece designed by Sidse Werner for the prestigious brand Royal Copenhagen back in the 80s. Encased in the exquisite form of hand-blown glass, this lamp exudes a unique atmosphere of refinement and style.
Both the exterior and interior of the shade radiate a pure white beauty, allowing the Mythos pendant lamp to seamlessly blend into various interior styles. Yet, what truly enchants about this lamp is the sublime spectacle that unfolds when it’s illuminated. A captivating, soft glow permeates the space, creating a warm and inviting ambiance.
Imagine how these atmospheric pendant lamps could be the perfect addition to your interior. Whether you’re a connoisseur of vintage design or seeking a unique statement piece, the Mythos pendant lamps are a true treasure. Only two of these vintage gems are available, allowing you to embrace the exclusivity of this timeless design.
Illuminate your space with a sustainable lighting choice that brightens not only your kitchen but also your living room or hallway. The Design-Light hanging lamp, type Satellite, from Denmark, produced at the end of the last century, embodies not only style, but also sustainability.
With subtle signs of use that embrace the past, this lamp adds character to your interior. The electrical system has been completely renewed, allowing you to enjoy the charm of vintage without compromising on performance.
The lamp was produced at the end of the last century and is in good condition with only minimal signs of previous use. The electricity has been completely renewed. The manufacturer’s sticker is also present on the lamp.
Specifications Royal Copenhagen hanging lamp Mythos 350
- Height: 24 cm
- Diameter: 35 cm
- Total height with cord 100 cm (adjustable during installation)
- Material: glass
- Color cord: white
- Maximum wattage: 60W
- Socket: E27
- Suitable for LED lamps
- Weight: 1.5 kg
About Royal Copenhagen
The Danish brand Royal Copenhagen is world famous for its high-quality porcelain. The brand was founded in 1775 by the then Queen of Denmark. By collaborating with well-known and unknown designers, the brand offers a wide range of different designs. View our collection of Royal Copenhagen pendant lights here.
About Sidse Werner
Side Werner graduated from the School of Architecture and Industrial Design in Copenhagen. She started as an assistant to Nanna Ditzel. She would later exhibit herself in London, Paris, Tokyo and New York. Side Werner has designed several glass pendant lights for Royal Copenhagen and Holmegaard.