Oxidised Copper Lyhne Lamp
This is a beautiful and rare example of early 20th century (1900's) Electric lighting.
These lamps were designed and patented (1911) by Anker S. Lyhne of Bridgeport, Connecticut. The Lyhne Lamp has become a sought-after example of early-20th-century industrial task lighting.
The arm can be articulated using the original dial handle. It has a unique guard system on the shade, that can be rotated and adjusted to any desired position to shed light.
The elegant articulating arm joint retains the original knurled adjustment knob and the lamps weighted cast iron base provides plenty of stability for any position The base has a deeply embossed underside lettering.“Patented 1911 Lyhne Lamp Co”. It i9s also marked Lyhne on the back of the parbolic shade.
Base measures 6 1/2" in diameter. Arm measures 8" in length. The Shade measures 6" in diameter.
22.5” X 6.5” fully extended.
Very good condition, rewired with PAT