Napako lamp 1618

Code: 2401017
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Brand: Napako
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Detailed information

Product detailed description

This table lamp, designed by Josef Hůrka and manufactured by Napako in the 1950s, was part of the Czechoslovak pavilion at EXPO 58 in Brussels. Napako was founded in 1919 by an association of small private companies in Prague and the name was created by combining the first syllables of the words toolmaker, passers and metal printers. Since the 1940s, the company has been associated with the name of Josef Hůrka, who designed highly successful lamps for the company for decades. The lamp has a milky metal shade and is mounted on a red metal tripod. The lamp is fully functional and in very good original condition. The lamp uses an E27 bulb.

Additional parameters

Category: Lamps and lights
Condition: In original condition
Country: Czechoslovakia
Decad: 1950
Designer: Josef Hůrka
Dimensions W × H × D: 20 × 30 × 27

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