Wagenfeld, Glass Table Lamp
Carl Jacob Jucker developed 1923 table lamps with glass base and glass tube with visible electricity and the cupola made of of opal glass and Metall. Known is this lamp as the Wilhelm Wagenfeld. With its reduced form elements, the Bauhaus lamp is now considered one of the most famous objects of early industrial design, although it was actually still produced by hand in workshops.
Table lamp with glass base and WG 24 glass rod
Material: nickel-plated metal, foot clear glass, globe glass opaque
Foot diameter: 15 cm
Diameter lampshade: 18 cm
Height: 36 cm
Light source: 2 * 75W E27
As an authorized manufacturer Tecnolumen produces these objects according to the original designs. All lamps are consecutively numbered under the base plate and bear the Bauhaus and Tecnolumen logo.