Bauhaus 1940’s East German Task Lamp Designed & Made By Curt Fischer For The Midgard Licht GmbH.
Midgard Was Founded In 1919 By The Engineer Curt Fischer. A Lamp Manufacturer Who Has Been Producing These Lamps In Germany To Date. Midgard Constructed The First Articulated "Steering Lamps" , These Lamps Were A True Innovation At The Beginning Of The 20th Century. This Is Why Curt Fischer Is Considered The Inventor Of Tractable Light By Many.
Quality Design & Build With A Fabulous Black Enamel Shade, All In Exquisite Condition. This Actual Design Was First Made In 1919 & Was Continued To Be Produced Until 1949.
This Lamp Is Originally Made As A Wall Mountable Lamp. We Have Mounted The Lamp On A Heavy Base To Be Used As A Table Or Desk Lamp. Removing It From The Base & Mounting To The Wall Is Simply Done By Just Removing The Mounting Screws.
Completely Rewired & Tested Ready To Go.
Height ( Fully Stretched ) 97cm, Width Of Base 25cm x 25cm.
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