1930s - Germany
Impressive, large, heavy, working UV+JR/quartz lamp that was made by the famous brand (Original Hanau) in the period 1930–1940, in Germany.
The lamp is made of high-quality metal, aluminium and Bakelite, with a great industrial design.
The metal lampshade is mounted on a Bakelite handle, which is attached to the transformer.
It features the original Hanau logo (metal plate) with a depiction of a man who is stretching to catch the sun's rays, and it is equipped with high-quality power cords and plugs.
The lamp is entirely adjustable.
The lamp can easily be converted into a special, customary lamp, while preserving the original elements!
The lampshade and the casing have been coloured with a beautiful, shiny cream colour. The Bakelite elements have a pristine dark brown colour.
Despite its age, the lamp is in excellent, used, original condition. Technically okay!
Please see the photos, these are part of the description. They also provide an accurate impression, of course.
Unique, rare, worthwhile and highly decorative piece!
Height (in total): 63 cm
Lampshade diameter: 28 cm
Height up to the handle: 24 cm
Width: 17 cm
Depth: 23 cm
Weight: 3.5 kg
The lamp will be packaged with care and sent by registered mail.
Pick-up is also possible.
|Member since:||October 8, 2016|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Prachtige lamp. Een sieraad. De foto's gaven een iets andere indruk vooral bij ingeschakelde verlichting van de lamp, maar dat is ook moeilijk goed te fotograferen.
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|Rest of Europe||$36.78|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Den Haag (Zuidholland), Netherlands.
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