- A fantastic example of a rare Walligraph ‘Localite’ table lamp by Walter Grafton & Son, London, circa 1930. - Seldom seem cast iron V shaped base with double articulating localite arched arm. - Original factory paintwork with its black and white enamel shade, fabulous condition for its age. - Rewired in black braided flex and PAT tested.
Walligraph by Walter Grafton & Son LtdWalter Grafton & Son of Eltham, London was founded in 1901, the Walligraph range produced some of the finest examples of early industrial lighting in Britain.With their undeniably beautiful, elegant designs which were both practical and functional, their frictionally held universal joints enabled placing the light to any desired angle. The company were known mainly for their innovative scissor wall lights entitled the ‘Radialite’ and their elegant ‘Localite’ desk lights. ‘Save your sight with LOCALITE’.
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