Two wall lights, with white porcelain holders, each fitted with two screw holes and two milk glass lamp shades at the sides. The porcelain holders, size E-14, are also suitable for LED lamps. The design is from Wilhelm Wagenfeld (1900–1990), Manufacturer was Lindner GmbH Germany, around 1955. The inside of both lamps is marked with serial number 6068, which is just legible clearly enough on one of the lamps.
Three of the four original rings, between the holder and the glass lampshade, are present, but they are dried out. The fact that the rings are missing does not affect the functioning of the lighting and light fixture.
The lamps are in good condition. The lamp holders are undamaged. The screw thread of all four glass lampshades is slightly damaged (see photos), but this does not affect the screwing and unscrewing of the lampshades, and it is completely invisible when the lampshades are screwed in. Please see the photos.
Length 25.5 cm in total, height, from base, 8 cm. Weight over 600 grams per lamp.
|Member since:||January 28, 2015|
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