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The table lamp Strindberg is a typical representative of the national romantic style that developed during the first decade of the 20th century. During this time the lamps were often made in black lacquered iron instead of brass, and the shape was rustic with inspiration from our early Swedish history.
The original was launched by Karlskrona Lampfabrik in the 1910s (see picture two) as a series of table lamps, whose bearing elements are three spiral-turned iron bars that hold up the lamp shade. However, it would take half a century before the lamp got the name that's well known today. In 1958 the manufacturer Björn-Orvar Skantze visited the Nordic Museum's Strindberg exhibition and saw that Strindberg's work table was illuminated by just such a desk lamp with a three-part foot. The Strindberg lamp had thus got its name, this despite the fact that August Strindberg wrote most of his books in the flaming light of the kerosene lamp.
Finish: black lacquered wrought iron
Light source: Ceramic E27 lamp holder (20W)
Height: 425 mm (incl. shade)
Width: 260 mm (shade)
Cord: 2 meter dark brown textile cord
Switch: Push button switch on the lamp holder
Shade: Hand-made opal white glass
Size of shade: Height 130 mm, width 260 mm
The lamp is also available with other shades. If you want the lamp with another shade than on the picture above, please contact us for price and to order.