This Josef Hoffmann Table Lamp was designed in Austria in 1910. It features a hexagon base.
Josef Hoffman was born in Pirnitz, Moravia (now the Czech Republic) in 1870. He studied under Otto Wagner at the Institute of Fine Arts in Vienna and later went on to become one of the founding members of the School of Secession in 1897. The strict grid pattern that formed the basis for his designs, as well as being a favored decorative motif, earned him the nickname “Quadrull H Hoffman” or Little Square Hoffman. His work for the Weiner Werkstatte was a pivotal element in the development of a European tradition of decorative modern design, to which the Parisian Art Deco of the 1920’s provided a continuation of this standard.
Made in Italy.
Dimensions: Height 13 3/4" Diameter 10"
Materials: Base in nickel plated brass. Shade in blown opaline glass.
Recommended bulb: 60 watt - E27 bulb.
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