Lights from Germany

German designs are famed for their clean lined and well engineered approach. The Bauhaus School played a major role in combining design with engineering during the late 1920s and early 1930s. A number of lights we salvage were influenced by Bauhaus School design. From the mid to late 20th century, Communist East Germany produced a wide variety of lights for both industrial, commercial and residential applications, often manufactured in three scaled versions to cater for varying bulb wattage.

vintage industrial original german table light kandem Type 03 4.4

Original desk lamp by Kandem


Steel and prismatic glass industrial lights from the Eastern Bloc

Eastern Bloc industrial lights Circa 1950


czech industrial pendant lights made from bakelite

Salvaged Eastern Bloc lighting (V1)


industrial caged german pendant lighting with aluminium and glass

XL German explosion proof pendants


vintage german industrial factory pendants with aluminium and glass

XL aluminium German factory lights (V2)


industrial pendant lighting with lacquered steel body and prismatic glass shade

Eastern Bloc industrial lighting (Type 1)


long neck industrial german black enamel pendant

German factory lights. Circa 1930


vintage black enamel german pendant light

German factory lights. Circa 1930 (V2)


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