|Name:||Floor Lamp Luminator|
|Maker:||KAISER + CO, Neheim Hüsten|
|Measurements:||H 170,5 cm, Diameter 30 cm|
|Material:||Sheet brass pressed, patina with lacquer, internal reflector of aluminum, polished, switch knob Bakelite|
|Specific Characteristics:||With slight traces, rewired, a holder E27. Rare industrially-looking floor lamp from the 1930s, which has been used by Eckhart Muthesius in PALACE of INDORE.|
|about this Item:||
In 1930, the young Berlin architect Eckart Muthesius was to build a palace commissioned to Maharajah of Indore, India. The contract included the furnishing, and equipping of the exclusive project with lights. Besides some of the own designs of the Maharaja or Muthesius himself, industrial products were used. Inter alia this was the expressive light "LUMINATOR" by KAISER, that we can offer in good, original condition with internal reflector. A pure ceiling spotlights, but it is executed in perfect form and function!