Wilhelm Wagenfeld for Lindner Leuchten, pair of Bathroom Lights, Germany 1955

Wilhelm Wagenfeld for Lindner Leuchten, pair of Bathroom Lights, Germany 1955

1,490.00

Price is for the pair.

Pair of wall lights designed in 1955 by Wilhelm Wagenfeld for Lindner Leuchten, Bamberg, Germany. The manufacturer is Peill & Putzler.

Porcelain fixture and fittings with tall milk glass shade and threaded closure. No rubber rings. One in perfect condition, one with small nibbles on glass thread and on procelain thread to the interior - not visible and does not affect function or fitting.

These lights have an impressed production number #6060. They are documented in the LIndner Leuchten catalogue of Wagenfeld lighting and in the key text of Wagenfeld's work, 'Taglich in der Hand: Industreiformen van Wilhelm Wagenfeld aus 6 Jahrzehnten', Manske and Sholz, Worpsweder Verlag, 1998.

This model won the iF (Industrie Forum) European award for design, lighting category, in 1955. They are sought after by collectors of Bauhaus and related design and for their timeless industrial design. 

DIMENSIONS:

Height 42 cm

Width 11 cm

Depth 11.5 cm

CONDITION:

Excellent. Very slight loss of porcelain edge inside one fitting, see images. This does not affect function or stability of light at all. Once had rubber rings to form seal between glass and porcelain to exclude moisture. No rings in this pair but they function perfectly without - consult you electrician if you want to install in a wet area.

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