This elegant, gold desk lamp was produced by the Belgian manufacturer Massive during the 1970s. The round base is combined with a large, cylindrical lampshade attached to an articulated arm. The arm and shade can be adjusted to obtain a wide angle of light incidence. The switch is located on the base. The timeless form of the lamp makes it suitable for many arrangements.
Massive is a Belgian manufacturer that was created from the De Jaeck family business. Pieter-Jozef De Jaeck founded a bronze foundry in Wilrijk, where he also produced chandeliers. In the 1970s, his son Eddy joined him and they began producing lamp sockets on an international scale. In the 1980s and 1990s, Massive was the leader in lighting fixtures in Belgium and Western Europe.
The lamp is in original vintage condition with natural patina. It has minor scratches and color chips due to age. Requires a bulb with an E27 socket with a maximum power of 60W.
|50 × 19 × 35 cm
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