- A pair of early and incredibly rare factory machinist's lamps by the illustrious John Dugdill, English circa 1920. - These scarce lamps feature the trademark cog wheel joints in three places for tightening the arms and shade. -They are in original condition, heavy wear from across the years, one of which has remnants of its original white paint, both have their original white enamel shades. - One of the lamps can be table or wall mounted, the other has been soldered in a fixed position so is for wall mounting only and which can be seen in the photograph. - Maximum length approximately 180cm. - Rewired with black flex and PAT tested, price is for the pair.
John Dugdill & Co. Limited Dugdills lamps are considered by many to be the pinnacle of early industrial lighting. Founded circa 1910 John Dugdill a prolific British inventor began manufacturing lamps in Stockport, Manchester and subsequently filing a succession of technical patents in both Britain and the US before 1939. Unmistakably simple, beautiful and elegant, lighting from John Dugdill was exceptional in design, form and function.
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