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A large desk or small floor lamp which was made in the 1970s in this distinctive chocolate brown colour from the time with characteristic cobra head, simple linear “vents”, and flexible tubed neck. This one is branded SANTI and made in Italy, similar models were branded AB Fagerhults and made in Sweden and they were sold in Habitat.
The lamp “body” is plastic throughout and relatively lightweight (the base is not heavily weighted). A subtle power button is located just behind and underneath the cobra head. The gooseneck portion is covered in a black ridged plastic tubing and allows for flexible position of the head.
The lamp is in good condition and working. It should be noted that rhe plastic tubing covering the gooseneck has some minor dimpling to it and there is some wear to the rear edge of the plastic base near to the power cord. However, neither of these is particularly offensive nor noticeable in ordinary use.
The lamp measures 81 cm (32 in.) approximately in height with the neck fully extended and the base measures approximately 16.5 cm (6½ in.) in diameter and 4cm (1½ in.) in height. The “shade” portion of the lamp is approximately 15cm (6 in) in diameter and the flexible portion of the lamp is approximately 23 cm (9 in.) in length. The lamp takes a standard bayonet bulb, the recommendation being for it to be either a traditional or “globe” shape to suit the aperture provided by the shade.