The pre-war articulated lamp from the 1930s attached to the table top with a massive, rotating vice. It has a fully adjustable angle of incidence of light, the lampshade is mounted on a movable metal ball. The first arm is profiled, which gives it lightness and is a characteristic feature of lamps from the interwar period. The bulb holder has a standard E27 thread, has a very long dark green wire.
All visible traces of varnish discoloration, abrasions, scratches, which create a colorful texture of the metal. Preserved in its original state. Electrics after the review.