salvaged and restored Retro pendant ceiling & wall lights,industrial,table lamps Antique,Vintage - projectvintage.co.uk
salvaged and restored Retro pendant ceiling & wall lights,industrial,table lamps Antique,Vintage - projectvintage.co.uk
salvaged and restored Retro pendant ceiling & wall lights,industrial,table lamps Antique,Vintage - projectvintage.co.uk
salvaged and restored Retro pendant ceiling & wall lights,industrial,table lamps Antique,Vintage - projectvintage.co.uk
salvaged and restored Retro pendant ceiling & wall lights,industrial,table lamps Antique,Vintage - projectvintage.co.uk
salvaged and restored Retro pendant ceiling & wall lights,industrial,table lamps Antique,Vintage - projectvintage.co.uk
salvaged and restored Retro pendant ceiling & wall lights,industrial,table lamps Antique,Vintage - projectvintage.co.uk
salvaged and restored Retro pendant ceiling & wall lights,industrial,table lamps Antique,Vintage - projectvintage.co.uk
salvaged and restored Retro pendant ceiling & wall lights,industrial,table lamps Antique,Vintage - projectvintage.co.uk

Early 2 tier Anglepoise model 1227 desk lamp In original paint,English.c1940

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Early 2 tier Anglepoise model 1227 desk lamp In original paint

A very original 1227 2 step anglepoise desk lamp.Lamps may also be stamped ‘Pats Pending’ rather than the later ‘Patented’ stamped lamps.large knurled screw adjuster,original crincle paint on the shade and base.

This iconic lamp showcases British industrial design at its best.

All lamps for use in the UK are PAT tested prior to dispatch.

As a rule all of our pieces are in good to excellent vintage condition. Please remember that if a piece is in original condition, minor wear should be expected. Please feel free to contact us for additional photos that will help with your purchase,and email us with any questions you may have. Our goal is to provide you with pieces you love. We're happy to discuss any concern you may have before purchasing.We do not generally accept returns unless it can be shown that we have misrepresented the piece either in condition or description.