Kähler HAK Large Ceramic Table Lamp with Beige Speckled Glaze, Mid-century Ceramic

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Rare large budded table lamp designed by Nils Kähler and made by Herman A. Kähler´s ceramic workshop in Denmark ca 1960s. The beige glaze is slightly greenish and very vivid with darker elements.

Included is a new lampshade designed and made in Denmark. It is made of woven fabric with some texture and is off white. It has a top cover so it will spread a cozy light downwards. 

Handsigned with "HAK" (for Herman August Kähler´s workshop) and stamped “Denmark". It wears the original paper sticker from the Kähler workshop.

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Nils Kähler (1906-1979) was fourth generation of the family Kähler. He and his brother Herman Jørgen Kähler, who were in charge of Kähler´s ceramic workshop from 1940, brought the artistic expressions of the ceramic production into the Mid-century period.

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Condition
Very good vintage condition.
No chips, cracks or repairs.
Piece of loose clay inside from production.

Measurements: 
Height including lampshade as shown in photos: 52,5 cm (20.67") (height can be adjusted)
Height ceramic part only (without socket): 28 cm (11.02")
Diameter lamp base: 20 cm (7.87")
Diameter lamp shade: 32 cm (12.60")

Lightbulb: For type E26/E27 Edison screw-fitting.
The lamp is made for Scandinavian outlet. If you use other plugs in your country you can either use an adapter or exchange it with a plug used in your country.

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The ceramic workshop Kähler Keramikværksted was founded in 1839 and was a family workshop until 1974.
All the pottery is signed with "HAK" after the son of the founder Herman August Kähler. Nils Kähler is from the last generation before the pottery closed.
Today a new company produces pottery with the Kähler label but it´s not handmade in Denmark anymore.

 

 

231004 (2800)

Specification Description
Weight 14 Kg
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