Bauhaus Wagenfeld Yellow Wall Sconce, Germany, 1955

Bauhaus Wagenfeld Yellow Wall Sconce, Germany, 1955


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.

Wall lamp designed in 1955 by Prof. Wilhelm Wagenfeld for Lindner, Bamburg, Germany. The manufacturer was Peill and Putzler. This 'Elfenbein' or 'Ivory' colored porcelain fixture is fitted with a threaded milk glass shade and rubber ring and is in excellent condition.

This lamp is numbered 6011LJS. This lamp's full production number is 6011.1/5001. It is the medium size of it's model. Details and images can be found in the online archive of Lindner Leuchten.


The black wiring in the image does not need to run from the base of the lamp. This was simply convenient for hanging the light for photography. The notch which the wiring is popping through was originally for a pull cord switch. A competent electrician can install a pull cord on installation if you prefer one.


Height 20 cm

Width 15 cm

Diameter 19 cm


Excellent. As new.


Requires one Bayonet Cap (BC) or B22 bulb.

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