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Kaiser table lamps Exclusive for vintage lighting / Asian porcelain lamps

$1,483.23

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    Kaiser table lamps Exclusive for vintage lighting / Asian porcelain lamps
    Beautiful porcelain table lamps with hand-painted base
    Vintage condition, with signs of wear in accordance with age and use, see photos.
    Vintage lamps from the 40's, Kaiser decoration made of porcelain base

    These large porcelain table lamps were made by Kaiser Leuchten in Germany in the 1960s. The fine lamp has the original shade of high quality textile material with unique decoration.

    Around 1940 - 1950, Kaiser porcelain, gold painting, exclusive Kaiser markings, refined decorative object, fringed lampshade, light signs of age on the outside, damaged interior fabric in several places, light lampshade with some signs of wear, with cable and switch, fully functional, vintage home accessory, home decor, gift, decor, classic vintage, romantic decor, atmospheric light.

    The most famous work of Bauhaus designer Christian Dell, the Kaiser Idell lighting range is a classic of 20th century design and a lasting symbol of the Bauhaus heritage.

    Kaiser Idell lamps, designed by Dell (1893-1974) during the 1930s, were produced by Gebr. Kaiser & Co in Neheim-Hüsten, Germany. The range includes floor lamps, articulated "scissors" wall lamps and desk lamps, often with metallic structures lacquered in black or bold primary colors. The collection was first promoted in Kaiser Leuchten's catalog in 1936, but the models have been in production since 1933-4. For the rest of the 1930s and until the outbreak of World War II, up to 700 copies were produced annually. The early edition lamps in the collection were printed with "Original JDell", and later versions made in the mid to late 1930s were marked "Original Kaiser Idell", with the logo forming a circle around the head of the lamp.

    The history of the Kaiser Leuchten factory took a darker turn during the war, when the factory was destroyed and many workers who were forcibly employed there were killed in 1943. After the war, the factory was rebuilt and the lamps were put back in production and remained so until the late 1970s, when the company was acquired by Thorn Lighting Group.

    Today, vintage Kaiser Idell lamps remain highly sought after in the secondary market.