Vintage Antique Industrial 3 Three Step Herbert Terry Anglepoise 1227 Desk Lamp Light
- An all original Mk 1 Three Step Herbert Terry Anglepoise 1227 desk lamp, English circa 1930. - One of the rarest and most sought after models in the Herbert Terry range and with original factory paint, this is a very early example having no earth screw on the rear of the fork. - The lamp has maintained all of its original features including the steel arms, large knurled mid section tensioner, small bolt at the lamp shade wrist, heavy single cast three step base with wrinkle finish and the classic slimmer pinhole lamp shade. - There is an old company name plate fixed to the base 'J. Clarke & CO (Succrs.) Ltd 8 Donegall Square West Belfast' who were suppliers of surgical instruments throughout the late 19th and early 20th century making the lamp even more special and truly unique. - Rewired in black braided flex and PAT tested, a truly wonderful example. - Height (Highest) 85cm, Height (Lowest) 42cm, Width (Base) 15cm, Depth 48cm.
Herbert Terry & Sons George Carwardine (1887–1947) invented the Anglepoise lamp while developing new concepts for vehicle suspensions and quickly recognised that the joints and spring tension mechanism created had benefits for an industrial task lamp. Carwardine entered into a licensing agreement with Herbert Terry and Sons who manufactured and marketed the lamp in the mid 1930s. The original four spring design was made for working environments, whereas the later three spring Anglepoise was designed for more domestic applications and which saw the release of the 1227 model.
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