33 × 53 × 33 cm
(W × H × D)
|Condition:||In original condition|
Lamp model 1715/0519, designed by Josef Hůrka in the 1960s for the Napako company. The lamp has a conical shape made of frosted, milky, triplexopal glass. The shade stands on a metal tripod which is painted black. One leg goes from the base to the top of the lamp, where it is curved and topped with a wooden ball. Josef Hůrka was a Czech designer who worked for Napako for much of his life. Napako was founded in 1919 and its name is derived from the initial letters "Nástrojáři" (toolmakers) - "Pasíři" (passers) - "Kovotlačitelé" (metal printers). They became famous in their time thanks to the works of Josef Hůrka.
The lamp is in very good original condition, one leg has a slight scratch on the paintwork. The bulb with E27 thread is used.