Small White Gooseneck Desk Lamp by Maclamp for Habitat – 1970s
A very cool looking small desk lamp made by Maclamp (designed by Terence Conran most likely) in a rather space-age style with a mostly white finish – the shade being metal and the base having a plastic cover – and a black gooseneck. The lamp has an unusual button position and style too, and it has a very minimalist aesthetic overall – clean lines, no fuss.
This one is in good working order and in generally good condition except for some small scratches to the shade and some minor surface losses to the rim of the shade and to the back of it. The base is in good shape aside from a couple of grazes to the plastic, and there is little in the way of discoloration which is always good. All in all, it’s a good-looking lamp with understated appeal.
The lamp measures approximately 38 cm (15 in.) in height when the neck is fully extended. The base has a diameter of about 13cm (5¼ in.) and the black gooseneck section is 24cm (9½ in.) in length. The cable (UK plug) is approximately 180cm (71 in.) in length. The lamp holder takes a large bayonet bulb.
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