The UORP-250 was full mad of aluminum.
At the top of the light you will find the signature of the model / technical specification and the certificate.
The manufacturer is Metal Works PREDOM-MESKO in Skarżysko-Kamienna.
The lamp has a new electrician, and the bulb thread has been converted from industrial to standard e27.
The scope of renovation was reduced to painting on lamps in deep shiny black which beautifully interacts with the lamp as a source of light.
The lamp comes from the former hall of Bydgoszcz Furniture Factory. Year of manufacture 1979.
The shape of the lamp brings to mind the Polish submarine ORP (Ship of the Republic of Poland), which was a source of inspiration for the PREDOM-MESKO designer in the 1960s. It is also worth noting that the lamp represents the submerged part of the ship.
The ORP-250 model, designed and manufactured in the 1960s / 70s, has been featured in many television, advertising and film productions, including international ones. Recently, the lamps could be seen in the production of the famous 007 agent "Specter" and - accompanying this production - OMEGA Swiss watch (check photos)
Dimension : 45x60x42 cm
|Member since:||January 14, 2016|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.c'est une habitude pour vous d'avoir des problèmes avec le transporteur! le pauvre il à bon dos!!!Pathetic buyer, man with problems. What sense would I have in sending a damaged item? Item sent in very good condition Im not responsible for the transport company !
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Brilliant idea. But not finished very well. Door doesn't close properly. Stickers on the outside could be done better. Paint wasn't dry before packing. So unwrapping can damage the paint.
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Piła (wielkopolskie), Poland.
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