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Original medical lamp by 'Nico Galoray'

Reference 16_2607

Original medical lamp by 'Nico Galoray'

A stunning converted medical heat lamp with copper shade by 'Nico Galoray', once used to treat many health conditions through UV light. 

Restoration

The large striking polished copper shade has a projection guard with its original manufacturer's plaque, and is mounted on a steel base with its original worn painted finish. The shade can be angled and locked in position at the joint between the shade and base.

Product details

Supplied tested and rewired with two metres of traditional twisted black cable, a new screw (E27) lamp holder, inline switch and a plug.

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265 (shade) mm
370 mm
1.8 kg
n/a mm
160 (base) mm
Copper | Black

IP20 for internal use only. All dimensions and weights are approximate.

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