Gilbert Watrous Table Lamp with Rotoflex Shade (SOLD)

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Gilbert Watrous Table Lamp with Rotoflex Shade (SOLD)

2,500.00

United States
circa 1955

Table lamp by Gilbert Watrous based on his prize-winning entry in the 1951 MoMA lighting competition. Made by Heifetz, 1950s. Features a magnetic floating steel ball as the mechanism for articulating the lamp. With an original Rotoflex (spun plastic) shade.

Condition
Good overall condition with evident wear to the metal throughout, consistent with age and use. See photos. Rotoflex shade is in excellent condition. Working.  Measurements as pictured.

Measurements
Height:  21 in.
Width/length:  25 in.
Depth:  8 in.

Specifications
Number of items:  1
Materials/techniques:  Steel, tubular steel, spun plastic (Rotoflex)

 

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