Granada pendant lamps, designed in the mid-1950s by Aloys Gangkofner, manufactured in Germany by Peill and Putzler. The lamps from this series were often found in public buildings and are among the classics of German lighting design of the 20th century. The designer, Aloys Gangkofner, was one of the outstanding glass artists of his time. In addition to lighting, he also created utility glass and freelance works such as glass windows and sculptures.
Each lamp is equipped with one E 27 socket, which can be operated with any light bulb - from filament lamps to LED models.
The lamps are made of matt white flashed glass and produce a soft nice light. They are in good condition. Some have small chips on the edges. The sockets may not be original.
The dimensions: height 50,5 cm, diameter 22 cm