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Large Table Lamp By Heinz F W Stahl For Hillebrand Lighting Circa 1969 Model 7603

Large Table Lamp By Heinz F W Stahl For Hillebrand Lighting Circa 1969 Model 7603

Regular price $548.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $548.00 USD
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Large table lamp designed by Heinz F W Stahl For Hillebrand-Leuchten ( Hillebrand Lighting Company ) circa 1969 model 7603. Several table lamps & desk lamps made by Hillebrand have won the iF-design awards, 10 awards in total since the 1950s.

Large matt black shade with chrome base with a fitted on - off switch & thick chrome stem. In amazing condition completely cleaned, rewired & PAT safety tested ready to go.

Takes 2 E27 screw in bulbs.

Height 55cm, Width ( Lampshade ) 42cm, Base 18cm.

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Heinz F.W. Stahl is a graduate designer. After an apprenticeship & working as a toolmaker, he studied “industrial design” at the Werkkunstschule in Hannover. This was followed by design work in Switzerland & 4 years of design in the broadcast and TV industry. From 1968 to 1988 Heinz Stahl worked as a designer for Hillebrand-Leuchten in Arnsberg. He was involved in designing “modern” lighting. In that period most of the more renowned Hillebrand lamp designs were his designs. Since 1988, Stahl is an independent designer with a focus on lighting, furniture, glass, toys & art objects. From 1988 to 2012 he was a freelance designer for Bankamp Leuchten.

Egon Hillebrand founded Hillebrand Leuchtenfabrik,in Neheim-Hüsten Germany on May 15, 1881. Originally a plumbing & master fitter he started the manufacturing of nickel silver lids for beer pitchers, household appliances, kerosene lamps & storm & carriage lanterns. With the arrival of his son Franz into the business, their operations changed at the turn of the century to the manufacturing of electrical lighting fittings and office furniture. Around 1955, they started producing modern designed quality lighting which they are still famous for today. Unfortunately the company filed for bankruptcy in 1995.

Many of the items we have for sale are all from what we refer to as " Real Life ", they were all made for use & purpose. There will always be signs of use & aging which we think gives each item its individuality & personal charm. We clean & repair but we always try our best to keep everything in its original state. We will always give you a good idea of condition & especially highlight anything that we consider may have aesthetic or structural concern.

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