24) 1950’s Vintage Industrial Photography Light

Works by Marsel - Lamp No.24

An original 1950’s handheld photography light converted into a unique designer home office floor lamp on tripod.

A great conversational piece, these lamps were originally used as handheld lights in photography studio’s. The arms are easily adjustable to the desired position and has an easy on/off switch in the cable with an earthed AC cable. It takes regular screw in energy saver light globes so you can choose the lighting mood for the room.

It has been mounted on a designer solid teak tripod. The legs are collapsible, making it a great table lamp as well. A wonderful vintage industial tripod lamp to give your place that custom designer look.

    

ITEM SOLD – $299

About unodesmoda

Hi, My name is Marsel. I like making custom projects and restoring antique wares. My items are for sale here at my blog. Feel free to call me or send me an email if you are interrested in one or more of my items.
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2 Responses to 24) 1950’s Vintage Industrial Photography Light

  1. Naomi Doyle says:

    I would love to buy one of these lights. Where can I view the ones for sale?

    • unodesmoda says:

      Hi, I dont currently have any restored or ready for sale. These lamps do take alot of work to restore and lately I am more and more busy with my other eBay business http://www.unodesmoda.com.au . I sell alot of replica versions of these lamps on my eBay site so please have a look, you may find something you like there. I do have one replica Strand 23 lamp on eBay I am selling for less than these originals. I am happy to start a restoration for you if you like one of my sold lamps as I have stock of unrestored lamps.

      Regards
      Marsel.

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