World War II Era Aircraft possibly experimental Instrument Control Panel Lamp CC #32 - SOLD
- The aviation instrument control panel featured on this lamp is from an old vintage aircraft possibly experimental or used during the WWII era.
- Two controls on front panel are mechanical. Both are operative and spring back in place when pulled. One with a ruby knob and one with a pull handle. These controls were used possible for engine control during the very early years of flight.
- Aircraft gears used on this lamp were salvaged from various old aircraft and repurposed to complement this lamps machine age look.
- Black iron re-purposed pipe and fittings are used to secure and support the frame structure of this lamp. Some parts and fittings are old and some are new. Lamp frame is painted with a special metallic iron finish.
- Electrical components used within this lamp are new and were obtained from manufactures that have the UL approved endorsement.
- Included with this lamp are two 60W Antique Vintage Edison style bulbs; any standard size medium bulb will work.
- Located on back side of this lamp is a variable intensity dimmer control, which adjusts the vintage style bulb for desired light level output. This rotary dimmer power control is also a power off switch for the lamp.
- Lamp weigh is 33 H= 21 ”, W= 22 ”, D= 18 ”
- Rubber tip protectors are secured to supporting feet to help protect the surface upon which this lamp sets.
- Heavy duty 8 ft. power cord has grounded plug with 3 conductors.
- All Lamp surfaces are grounded for safety, all wiring is securely clamped, protected, and meets safety standards.
- Each of my lamps has a copper name plate riveted to back side with serial number stamped. I have sold several lamps and stand behind my workmanship. Satisfaction guaranteed.