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Ref: 1625

Medical Desk Lamp, Charles Gamain, c. 1930

Height adjustment system with invisible springs (from 66 to 80 cm).

"This French construction device of the 1920's consists of a dome lined at its periphery with a set of reflective facets and colored lenses that significantly reduce shadows and allow a floodlight closer to daylight.
Lighting designer by profession, Charles Gamain, who gave his name to the company, introduced its first lighting daylight on an exhibition in Paris in 1922. His prestigious name is still relevant in the area of high-performance lighting and improved work conditions for practitioners."

Height 66 cm, base diameter 18 cm

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