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Herbert Terry 2 Step Model 1227 Anglepoise Table Lamp

Herbert Terry 2 Step Model 1227 Anglepoise Table Lamp

Regular price £275.00 GBP
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A British design classic The 2 step model 1227 Anglepoise table lamp, designed by George Carwardine in 1932.

Used in Great British institutions such as the BBC & Ministry Of Defence. The lamp during World War 2 was made with a battery pack to be used in bomber planes. According to the Anglepoise website, these were so well produced that when a crashed Vickers Wellington bomber was salvaged from Loch Ness in Scotland in 1985, the lamp still worked after being given a new battery – despite being submerged for around four decades.

This version of the 2 step model 1227 Anglepoise table lamp was made between 1935 & 1968 by the company Herbert Terry & Sons, still with its original functioning Crabtree Bakelite lamp holder.

Expertly restored, rewired & PAT safety tested ready to go. This lamp uses a B22 bayonet fitting bulb. This lamp is supplied with a B22 bayonet LED light bulb.

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Height ( Fully Stretched ) 87cm Width Of Base 15cm x 15cm

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