Desk Lamp 1925

Designed by:  Felix Aublet
Manufactured by:  Ecart International

The Desk Lamp 1029 has spherical elements in nickel plated brass. The bottom sphere contains a cast iron ballast. Base and prongs are in nickel plated. Available in two sizes. Manufactured by Ecart International.

Designed in 1925.
4.7" Diameter, 12.5" H (small)
7" Diameter, 16.5" H (large)


$2,043 - $2,455
Designed by:  Felix Aublet
Manufactured by:  Ecart International

The Desk Lamp 1029 has spherical elements in nickel plated brass. The bottom sphere contains a cast iron ballast. Base and prongs are in nickel plated. Available in two sizes. Manufactured by Ecart International.

Designed in 1925.
4.7" Diameter, 12.5" H (small)
7" Diameter, 16.5" H (large)


$2,043 - $2,455
$2,043.00-$2,455.00
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Designed by:  Felix Aublet
Manufactured by:  Ecart International

The Desk Lamp 1029 has spherical elements in nickel plated brass. The bottom sphere contains a cast iron ballast. Base and prongs are in nickel plated. Available in two sizes. Manufactured by Ecart International.

Designed in 1925.
4.7" Diameter, 12.5" H (small)
7" Diameter, 16.5" H (large)


$2,043 - $2,455

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