Birdy begeistert mit dem Design der 1950er und 1960er Jahre und liegt damit heute wieder voll im Trend. Energieeffizienzklasse: A++
This Italian floor lamp, made of glass and opaline glass, was manufactured by Fontana Arte in the 1980s.
- This 1970s Italian floor lamp - With three lights in chromed steel - Designed by Carlo Nason for Mazzega - Features lattimo Murano glass cups - Gradually transparent at the top with central bronze section - Ready-to-use - Diameter of glass ball 18 cm
- Cinema projector from A.E.Cremer - Used as a floor lamp and standing on its original giraffe tripod - Multiple settings possible - Fresnel lens is 12 cm in diameter - Functional trolley for adjusting the focal length
Diese Strahler wurden von der bekannten französischen Firma A.E. Cremer hergestellt. So auf den Aluminiumstangen befestigt haben sie in einem Film oder Fotostudio gedient. Die Firma Cremer stellt bereits seit den 20ern Scheinwerfer für Theater, Film und Studio her.
- Big movie projector from 1950 - Produced by the French brand A. E. Cremer Paris - Fully restored with electricity brought to moden standards - The Fresnel lens is 50 cm in diameter - The original foot is mounted on castors for better handling - The foot is adjustable from 1.50 m to 2 m approximately - The light spectrum can be adjusted
This 1950s spotlight has a convex lens with a 16 cm diameter for maximum light. The stand has cast-aluminum wheels and is height-adjustable. The light intensity is also adjustable.
- Cremer studio projector on a type 1 KW stand - Black patina and acronym SFP printed on head - Fresnel lens of 19 cm diameter - Tripod base - Height adjustable
- Small Spotac spotlight from Crémer mounted on a Lita giraffe tripod - Adjustable in all directions - The projector features a trolley system for adjusting the focal length
This movie projector on a tripod base was produced by Cremer for the Victorine studios during the 1930s. The 10 Kw piece was the first model of the Parisian manufacturer at a time when light was projected at the arches with coals. The 220 V system has been completely rewired and fits a standard bulb.
- Small projector produced by Gruber made in France during the 1940s - Wheel to operate the adjustable light spectrum - Equipped with a convex lens - Made form iron, brass & aluminum - The foot is a tripod from the brand Cremer - The spot and the tripod originally come together - Treated with anti rust
- Studio projector from the 1950s - Convex lens with a diameter of 10 cm - Light spectrum can be adjusted - Electricity to standards - Metal pickled and graphite patinated and treated against rust - Mounted on its original tripod in cream and blue paint
William Cremer spezialisierte seine Firma auf die Produktion von Film- und Fernseh Scheinwerfern. Das speziell geformte Glas des Projektors und die in der Distanz zu eben jenem Glas verstellbare Glühbirne lassen den Lichtkegel individuell anpassen.
This projector was produced by Cremer and is mounted on a German surveyor´s foot. The stem of the tripod turns and pivots. The foot is very stable and is adjustable in height (maximum is 2m).
- A set of two photographer´s studio lamps from Cremer, France, 1950 - Heavy weighted cast iron base with wheels - Each stem features two large reflectors, adjustable by a bracket system - Originally used with 500w bulbs, they are equipped with energy-saving bulbs today - The light is distributed widely by large bowls, without dazzle - Very good original condition - Signed on the lightbulb fittings
A French industrial tripod film light manufactured circa 1950.
This cinema projector was produced by A.E Cremer Paris in the 1940s. It has a tripod base and the height can be adjusted from 120cm to a maximum of 4m. It is heavy and very stable.
- Projector from Cremer - Mounted on a giraffe stand with castors - Graphite patinated - With 16 cm diameter Fresnel lens - Slide to adjust the focal length - Standard E27 light bulb - Height of the central axis of the tripod: 2 m