The 6631 Luxus table lamp was designed by Christian Dell in 1931. This Top quality design classic obtained its fame as the legendary "Commissioner-Light" among other things since the 50s on the desks of almost all TV detectives in Europe.Numerous criminal cases have been resolved in the light of KAISERidell 6631 luxus.The new edition of the classic design has the additional designation "R" for re-edition and is in terms of design, quality and crafted art is identical in all details with the original.It impresses with a few basic components and is characterized by its formal unity.The large, high-gloss reflector shield is made of high quality steel and is outside of that original wet painted in three colors, ivory , black or dark green , by hand.As an additional highlight of the lamp is also available in (ruby red) available.Each of these unique lamps will be shipped with a Certificate of Authenticity and is provided by an engraved serial number on the downside of the base.The sophisticated shape of the reflector in conjunction with the optimal lamp position and the white interior finishes allow for sophisticated light control.Above the reflector is connected to the elaborately produced socket, which bears the imprint "ORIGINAL KAISERidell.The upper ball joint that connects the reflector of the luminaire bracket, there was time only for idell original Kaiser-Series lights.It enables an extremely high degree of flexibility and variability and is thus a key distinguishing feature of absolute authenticity.
Harmonic shaped luminaire bracket accommodates optical reflector at the silhouette of the screen.It is made of pure brass and is silberverlötet artfully crafted with the subsequent joint parts and polished by hand.Finally, he himself, as well as all joints and fittings, high quality chrome.
Height: 17.3" (44cm) X Base Width: 7.64" (19.4 cm) - Diameter lamp shade: 11.42" (42cm)
1 x 75W incandescent or 1 x 23W compact fluorescent
pure brass metal
Information about the designer:
"idell"stands for theidea of ChristianDell, principal of the "Metallwerkstatt "in Weimar 1922 to 1925.
As Bauhaus designer Christian Dell became one of the leading characters behind the innovative and pioneering designs in the early 1930‘ies Bauhaus era. Dell’s influence was trend setting and visible in many designs throughout decades.
Christian Dell’ s KAISER idell series was and still is timeless. The series was produced throughout many years and its uniqueness is to compare with the German design icons: VW Beetle and Ferdinand Porsches model 911.
Christian Dell’s lamp designs are exhibited at the "Museum of Modern Art" in New York.