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Machinists light by 'Kandem.' Circa 1930.

Luminaire Reference: 11_0928

Original vintage industrial machinists light by 'Kandem' of Leipzig, Germany. Circa 1930. Vitreous enamelled shade with two arm tubular steel construction complete with original paint work. Articulation at shade optic and arm joint with rotation from knuckle joint within integral mounting plate. Can be utilised either as a wall or table mounted light. Supplied tested and rewired with two metres of traditional black braided cable, new bayonet (B22) lamp holders, inline switch and plug.



175 (shade) mm
1020 (Max Projection) mm


n/a mm
n/a mm


1.2 kg


Grey / Black

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