This is a fine German Art Deco Glass Lamp
It dates to around the 1930s and was made by WMF in Germany.
It is known off as an Ikora lamp and was designed by Karl Weidermann.
This one is in excellent damage free condition.
It is a pleasant and more unusual balluster shape - with a very attractive crackle glass finish - the main body colour is a mottled blue and green colour - with white fleck and some rush red colours throughout - when lit up you can see the brighter rust coloured shades contained within the glass.
On top - is the original chrome lamp fitting - this is often missing from these old lamps - it is in lovely condition. The metal lamp fitting has a holder for a wee lower wattage bulb which would light up inside and highlight all the swirls and marking contained within the glass.
The lamp takes two bulbs (one on top for lighting your room) and another much weaker wattage bulb inside to light up the glass body) - these are modern bayonet B22 issues.
The electric flex attaches to the chrome collar, as photographed - and the lamp is turned on and off with the finger switch on the bulb holder section.
Sadly the original shade is no longer present - but should be easy for you to source an appropriate shade to your own taste.
The shade in the photographs is for display only and does not come with the lamp.
Dimensions: The height of the glass section of the lamp is 13 inches. The diameter is 5 1/4 inches.
Weight unpacked is 2.3 kg
These original WMF lamps are now highly sought after - and often you might find only the glass body section without any of the chrome fittings.
The lamp has recently been re-wired with a simple vintage style black cloth cable, as photographed. So all ready to just plug in and switch on. We have provided a long length of cable for you with this lamp some 4 metres of flex.
This beautiful lamp is sadly for UK delivery only.
This is a more unusual shape - and as such my asking price for it is a fair one.