Rare double arms lamp, design Christian Dell, Kaiser Idell, 1930.
Christian Dell’s lamps are industrial icons.
From 1922 to 1925 Dell worked as a foreman of the metal workshop at the Bauhaus in Weimar, where he contributed to the pioneering work of the famous school. From 1926 he started designing luminaires for the manufacturer Kaiser & Co in Neheim Hüsten, later called Kaiser idell, a contraction of Kaiser and Dell’s ideal.
Dell was a true pioneer, he also integrated plastic materials, including Bakelite since 1929.
The 6580 two-armed table lamp is one of Christian Dell’s rarest and most sought-after models. It is available here in its original edition of the 1930s, a must have collector’s item!
Rare lamp with 2 arms, exemplar from the 1930s in its original condition. Both arms are height-adjustable and each light can be switched on independently.
Black lacquered metal, chrome-plated tube and Bakelite sockets. Adjustable. Signed by the manufacturer.
Size: max. width 110 cm, height: ca. 45-60cm
In good vintage condition with strong patina and visible wear