Classic vintage triplex telescopic work lamp designed by Johan Petter Johansson for ASEA of Sweden
One of the most versatile work lamps ever designed and also one of the most beautiful.
In original condition with great age related wear and patina but a very clean lamp for its age.
Can be extended from 180-300cm.
The model with the drop down shade which is rare.
The lamp has been dismantled, cleaned and all the working parts checked and tested.
Rewired and ready to hang.
These lamps can be used from the ceiling, from the wall or even as a floor lamp.
Johan Petter Johansson (December 12, 1853 – August 25, 1943), sometimes known as JP, was a Swedish inventor and industrialist. He invented the adjustable spanner and the plumbers wrench. He obtained over 100 patents in total.
In 1886 he decided to start his own business and relocated to Enköping where he started Enköpings Mekaniska Verkstad (the Mechanical Workshop of Enköping), which quickly became a successful venture. In 1890, B.A. Hjorth & Company agreed to distribute his tools worldwide under the "Bahco" trademark. The Bahco tools are still in production, having over 100 million wrenches manufactured to date.
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