1970s white opal glass domed shade table lamp originally designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld in Germany during 1924. Model WG 24. The lamp originates from an early reproduction by Tecnolumen in the 1970s. The glass shade is held onto the chrome-plated steel circular frame with three small screws which can be released when the shade requires cleaning, the bulb needs changing, storing or transporting. A vertical chromed-steel rod sits within a glass tube which supports the shade. A thick green-tinted glass circular base finishes off the lamp beautifully. The original on/off pull cord has been replaced with a chrome chain because it was frayed and about to snap.
The lamp is in a very good vintage condition with some surface scratches on the base and a tiny 1mm chip on its edge. The makers label sits on one of the supporting arms to the shade. Makers stamp on the bottom of the chromed-metal rod underneath the base stamped - TECNOLUMEN BAUHAUS 9729
The lamp was sourced from a German Interior Designer who originally purchased it in the 1970s.
Dimensions: Height: 36 cm Diameter: 18 cm
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