Louis Poulsen white enamel factory light type: 19540
Beautiful enamel factory lamp type 19540 by Louis Poulsen. Axel Wedel Madsen designed this enamel factory lamp in 1951. He designed this workshop lamp in 1951 to provide craftsmen in workshops with the necessary light. The lamp was produced from 1951 to 1969.
This pendant light is about 60 years old and in good condition with slight signs of previous use. The light has a spot on the top and bottom. Detail photos have been added. The manufacturer’s stickers are present in the lamp.
Specifications Louis Poulsen factory light 19540
- Height: 27 cm
- Diameter: 40 cm
- Material: Aluminium
- Maximum wattage: 60W
- Socket: E27
- Suitable for LED lamps
- Weight: 0.7 kg
LED in your vintage lamp
With the current energy rates, energy conservation is an important point of attention. This light contains an E27 fitting. This makes it suitable for LED lighting and even for smart lighting. The light can also be used in combination with a dimmer.
The lights we offer are all available from stock. This means that we often ship your order the same or the next working day. Please note that we often only have one item in stock. Because we only sell vintage lights, it is uncertain whether we will receive this light again in the future.
Worldwide it is possible to order from us. We ship the lights by registered mail, well packaged in thick bubble wrap and in double-layer boxes. As soon as your package has been shipped, you will receive an email from Post NL. Here you will find the track trace information with which you can follow the package to your front door. After receiving your order you have 14 days to change your mind.
About Louis Poulsen
Louis Poulsen’s goal is not just to design lights. By shaping light from a lamp, Louis Poulsen wants to create an atmosphere in which people feel good, both inside and outside. The shape of the light creates space and the products must live harmoniously in the space they define – indirect, soft and inviting. View our complete collection of Louis Poulsen lighting here.