Sometimes a lamp is so perfect that from that point forward, it is one of the timeless standard bearer designs. Definitely that is the case with the archetypal Anglepoise 1227, which was designed by George Carwardine and created in 1935 (!!!). It pioneered the unique constant tension spring technology that Anglepoise would then be known for. With perfect flexibility and balance, it is an excellent task lamp…even if the task at hand is just reading.
Inline cable switch.
Excellent vintage condition!
Base: Width 5.5"
Fixture: Height Adjustable To 27.6"
Shade: Height 6.3", Diameter 5.5"
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