This AEG work clamp lamp from the 1930s was manufactured with mechanical aesthetics and the best quality. Sometimes these lights are attributed to Prof. Peter Behrens, since Behrens only worked for AEG until 1913, we see no reason for this. Even so, the lamp has its own charm and offers the best possible usability.
CLAMP LAMP - AEG BERLIN - GERMANY - AROUND 1930
H 90 cm W 80 cm D 18 cm
Lacquered sheet steel, nickel-plated brass, lacquered cast iron, bakelite faceplate and switch, enamelled sheet iron screen, black textile-coated connection cable, an E 27 lighting point, switch integrated in the faceplate.
with few signs of wear. with few signs of wear. Here we show an extremely rare work lamp for clamping by the Berlin manufacturer AEG. The lamp is designed in a very unique way. All parts are specially built for this model, no ready-made parts were used. The umbrella holder made of Bakelite has a patented holding system for the collar of the enamelled reflector and the switch is integrated. The cable BERLININTERIORS EBAY SALE below is also made of Bakelite. The extremely strong, cast iron clamping device with the adjustable ball head ensures a firm hold on the worktop and the best adjustability.