The large vintage lamp from the German city of Düren. Produced in the Peill & Putzler glassworks founded in 1869, where lighting designs were carried out by, among others, Wilhelm Wagenfeld, a student of the Bauhaus school and one of the pioneers of industrial design. Due to the great work of its designers, the Peill & Putzler glassworks quickly became a design icon and one of the founders of the German Design Council in 1953.
Our space lamp is a real Jupiter from the 1970s. It looks like a distant celestial body. A circular form with a circumference of as much as 115 cm, irregularly colored and aired glass and slightly intertwined grayish and white shades make the lamp the central decoration of any interior. Despite its considerable size, the lamp retains its minimalist concept. It has an internal signature and an original sticker on the lampshade, so it can be assumed that it has not been used before. The top mount of the fitting is made of metal, the bulb thread is the standard E27 type.