Bauhaus Wagenfeld Wall Sconce for Lindner Germany, 1957

Bauhaus Wagenfeld Wall Sconce for Lindner Germany, 1957

350.00

This simple, elegant Wagenfeld wall sconce shows the strong influence of the Bauhaus school in all of Wilhelm Wagenfeld's production - high quality, high functionality and simple, pared-back design.

This wall lamp was designed in 1957 by Wilhelm Wagenfeld for Lindner Leuchten, Bamberg, Germany. It was manufactured by Peill and Putzler. Porcelain fixture and fittings with milk glass shade and spring clip closure. All in excellent condition.

This lamp is numbered model #6124 and is the larger size of this model, the full identification is no.6124.1/5124LJS. This number and corroborating images can be found in the online archive of Lindner Leuchten.

DIMENSIONS:

Height 18.5 cm

Width 9.8 cm

Depth 10.5 cm

CONDITION:

Excellent. There is no rubber seal between the glass and the porcelain fixture in this light, which makes it unsuitable for use outdoors or in wet areas. We can have a seal reconstructed if you wish.

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