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Mid-Century Danish Adjustable Teak Wall Lamp

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Danish wall lamp, original from the 60s. It has a sober and extremely refined design in teak wood, consisting of a pivoting arm, allowing us to carry the point of light to the left or right, even raising it using the rod that holds the arm (that we can anchor in three different positions). This point of light is located inside a cylindrical screen lined with sisal mesh (16 cm in diameter) we also have the possibility of adjusting its height by giving more or less cable.

Overhauled and working perfectly, electrical part replaced, uses an E27 bulb, governed by a switch located in the socket; how many with cable and plug to connect to the socket (likewise the part that is held to the wall, by means of two screws, has a reserve to connect the wall lamp to an outlet that comes out of said wall).

And remember: a luminaire as practical as it is decorative ;)


REF: LA4943

L: 16 cm H: 20 cm P: 62 cm


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