The Midgard-Licht articulated lamp from the early 1950s, was designed by Curt Fischer. Midgard Industriewerk Ronneberger & Fischer was founded in 1919 in the German city of Auma, and they created the so-called lenklampen greatly inspired the students of the Bauhaus school. To this day, they are an icon of design of the interwar period.
Our lamp was created shortly after the war, in the early 1950s. The lamp is made entirely of metal. Chromed arms, black enamelled lampshade and an elongated wall mounting bracket make it the focal point of any interior. The mechanism of the joints and the screwed clamp allow for smooth adjustment of the inclination and direction of the light. Lamp holder with E27 socket. On the joints, the markings of the brand are preserved in perfect condition and are embossed on round plates. Fischer patented his design, so the signature also has the abbreviation DDRP, which stands for Deutsche Demokratische Republik Patent. It has an original patina, delicate rust and enamel chipping which give it an industrial tone.