Second half 20th century. Origin unknown.
This thick, matte glass ceiling light has an architectural appearance; due to the fact that the attachment point of the glass disc on the fixture is placed far from the centre of the disc and at a distance of approx. 14 cm from the ceiling plate, among others.
It can also be used as a wall light.
Contains 1 E14 lamp holder.
Due to the fact that the fixture can be rotated, the disc can be adjusted in various directions.
The large disc has a slight round shape and is made of thick ground glass, approx. 5 mm thick at the cutting rim (photo 13).
The diameter of the disc is 36 cm.
The fixture is made of varnished metal, the screw knob is made of copper (varnished black).
The diameter of the ceiling plate is approx. 18 cm.
Total height, from the wall/ceiling: approx. 18 cm.
The condition is acceptable to good; the cover plate of the rotating mechanism was replaced by a "felt-like cap" (see photo 10).
Weight approx. 2 kg.
|Member since:||September 18, 2014|
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