Industrial lamp PRL OZż-1 manufactured in the infamous Warsaw lamp factory A. Marciniak.
Two items available in the same colour.
The OZż-1 frame is a pre-war streetlight fitting manufactured in the the infamous Warsaw lamp factory A. Marciniak. It is the prototype of the OZż fitting manufactured in Polish People?s Republic by Zjednoczenie Przemysłu Oświetleniowego i Elektroinstalacyjnego. The lamps were used solely as lighting in one of the halls at the Powiśle power station which was opened in Warsaw in 1904. The body of the lamp is a cast made made of cast iron. The reflector is made of steel sheet originally coated with enamel. The lamp has been sanded down and then powder coated with black and white. The original screws and other joining elements have been cleaned and refitted. The set is complete with 30 cm of steel chain, cable, metal hook and a LEXMAN halogen 70 W bulb compared to a conventional 100 W bulb. Warm yellow light 2800K. Ready to be fitted. dimmable
height: 29 cm
diameter: 41 cm
manufactured in: 1930