Monthly Archives: April 2011

17) 1960’s USA Bantam Super Spot Theatre Light

A great American, this 60’s Bantam has such an intricate design, with so many vents and heat brushes, that all come together and give the lamp so much character. This particular one has a long rear section which used to … Continue reading

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16) 1920’s Thornton Pickard Photographic Enlarger Lamp

An original British made 1920’s Thornton Pickard photographic enlarger. A wonderful antique piece of photographic history, this old solid oak enlarger has been modified into a home office, lamp. Some of the internal┬ásections needed to be manipulated in order to … Continue reading

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15) Art Deco 1960’s Strand 23 Theatre Light

Another beautiful UK Strand patt.23 production theatre light converted into a unique home office lamp. This Strand is an earlier 1960’s model, so in keeping with its Art Deco origins, it has been restored in┬ádazling white and polished to perfection. … Continue reading

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