Beautiful two-armed wall lamp by Egon Hillebrand.
Nice thick ice glass. With brass details.
Marked by means of a sticker.
Egon Hillebrand founded a factory in light fixtures in 1881. Egon Hillebrand was a plumber and installer, originally. The factory was based in Neheim, Germany.
In the beginning, the company was mainly concerned with making cover plates of the German stone beer pulls, household utensils made of metal, petroleum lamps and storm and wagon lanterns.
Around 1900 his son Franz joined the company and the factory was converted so that repairs of electric light luminaires could also take place.
In 1936, the eldest son of Franz, named Egon, joined the factory that focuses on the development of office and desk lighting. The factory was closed in the 2nd World War and reopened in June 1945.
Manufacturing from that moment onward is focused primarily on the development of lighting for restaurants, decorative home lighting and object lighting. In 1995 the factory was closed.
Height total incl. wall cabinet 27 cm
Widest part 22 cm
Diameter top 1 cap 8.5 cm
Wall mounting cap 13.5 x 4 x 2 cm
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- Lampara de pared
- Latón, Vidrio
- Fabricante / marca
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- País de origen
- Países Bajos
- Buen estado - usado y con pequeños signos de los años y con imperfecciones