Kolo Moser Desk Lamp Reininghaus

Product No.: 22309
Table Lamp
Art Nouveau, Wiener Werkstaette
1903 / edition
€ 10,500 *
* non EU: Export price, excl. VAT, shipment costs on request, price in USD only approximate value
€ 12,600 **
** EU: Prices incl. VAT, shipment incl.

In the year the Wiener Werkstätte was founded, Kolo Moser designed several table lamps, including four that resemble each other due to their dome-shaped covers. The lamps are recorded in the WW calculation volumes under production numbers 88 to 90 and are therefore among the earliest metal objects sold by WW. Only two of the originals are known, one without a side switch for the Flöge fashion salon and one with a side switch for the Stonborough-Wittgenstein household.

We have "Related Products" which are not as elaborated as this fixture to a way lower price.

The lamp has cubistic elements in the design and if one consider, that the term Cubism was first used from 1906, the importance of this design from 1903 must be highly esteemed.

Lit.: DKuD 1905, IX, p.522; Waltraud Neuwirth, Wiener Werlstätte, Vienna 1984, p. 29 At "related Products" we offer this model in a less elaborate version to a lower price, hammered or plain.

Material

Handhammered brass, silver-plated, Glasstubes

Technical Data

Hight:
40 cm (15.75 inch)
⌀:
18 cm (7.09 inch)
Sockets:
1x max. 60W Edison Screw Sockets E27 (E26 USA) for incandescent and self-ballasted LED lamps
USA and CAN:
All electrical components according to the UL regulations.
With an additional charge the fixture will be labeled "UL Certified".
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