- A beautiful pair of original work lights by British manufacturer 'Mek Elek', English circa 1940. - Two fantastic examples in the scarce taupe colourway, both stamped to the joints with the 'EIIR' cypher which stands for 'Elizabeth II Regina' denoting their former government use. - Original factory finish to the two arms and base, one of the lights even has its original sticker branded 'Mek-Elek London'. - Height 98cm (fully extended), diameter of shade 14cm, depth 26.5cm. - Rewired with black flex and PAT tested. - Price is for the pair.
Mek-Elek Founded in 1931 Mek-Elek Engineering Ltd specialised in the manufacture of high intensity industrial lighting equipment, the Mekelite industrial lighting units were available in a wide range of types and sizes for floor, bench, wall and ceiling. Mek-Elek specialised in the manufacture of the Mekelite lathe light, primarily for use within the aircraft industry. The joints of the arms give a complete 360° movement and protect the cab-tyre cable from being nipped when the arms are moved. A swivelling head which protects the lampholder from accidents and blows also relieves it from mechanical stresses. A design icon and true classic when it comes to early industrial lighting.
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