In the early 1950s, new products were sought, products that corresponded to the new attitude towards life. As far as possible, it had to be borrowed from the troubled past, carefree, functional and colorful. German industrial design emulated the Italian lamp design and from this context the beautiful lamp comes from the probably Günther Trieschmann lamp factory in Stuttgart. It is wonderfully preserved in its original condition except for the renewed wiring. The lamp can be found in the publication "Modern lighting from the 50s", formerly Alexander Koch Verlag.
TABLE LAMP - after H.VETTER - GÜNTHER TRIESCHMANN - GERMANY - AROUND 1952
probably Günther Trieschmann, Stuttgart
H 45 cm, W 40 cm, D 23 cm
Black lacquered brass, nickel-plated brass, lacquered aluminum, an E 27 focal point, pressure switch on top of the shade.
good original condition
few signs of usage