Lightings - Midgard task lamp
Year: 1920s to 1950s
Measurements: length 95 cm | ø shade: 16 cm
Material: glass, cast aluminium, iron
Description: This rare Midgard light was first developed by Bauhaus designer Curt Fischer in the 1920s and used in the Bauhaus-workshops
in Weimar and Dessau.
The lamp has been produced until the early 1950s on the same machines and in the same way.
Only few of these lamps survived the times, and they are a good example of early German functional design.
The lamp is fully functional and in perfect condition, with flawless green hammertone finishing and black shade.
It will be wall or table mounted and fitted with any standard E27 bulb (220 V, 60W max.)