Limited Edition Poul Henningsen PH 3 1/2 Pendants in Copper

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Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen, pendant model PH 3 1/2, copper and glass, Denmark, 1929

The PH 3 1/2 model is an old stock limited edition that is part of the 3-shade PH design that is considered being Poul Henningsen's most iconic and most artistic pieces. He designed multiple variations of the three shade PH lights with the PH 3 1/2 being one of the smaller models with a diameter of 33 cm. The top shade is executed in brilliant radiant bronze that will get a nice patina over time. The two lower shades are executed in frosted glass, which creates a warm light effect. The bronze is lacquered in the color off-white on the inside.

Poul Henningsen (1894-1967) was a Danish architect and designer and is known today for his iconic lighting designs. He was a pioneer in this field, playing artistically with light that had never been shown before in his time. In 1925, Poul Henningsen started his collaboration with the Danish brand Louis Poulsen. Until his death in 1967, Poul worked with the lighting brand and designed ingenious lights that feature a strong relationship between shadows, the structure of light and the representation of color. Poul Henningsen attained worldwide fame after first showing his PH selection on the Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs in 1925, which was a Modern Industrial design show in Paris.

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Product details

  • condition Good
  • creator Poul Henningsen (Designer) Louis Poulsen (Manufacturer)
  • date of manufacture 20th Century
  • dimensions Height 170 cm Diameter 33 cm
  • dimensions Height 66.93 in. Diameter 13 in.
  • material Bronze Copper
  • origin Denmark
  • period 20th Century
  • style Scandinavian Modern