+ Manufactured by Dazor, St. Louis mid 1950's, brilliant highly maneuverable design as beautiful + functional today as then,
+ Model 2008 (unlike model 2004) = painted extension arm and post-knuckle matching shade and base,
+ Metal & fiberglass shade (with perforated shield insert) rotates 360 degrees (as seen in Blade Runner - cast light up or down), height position maintained by friction; gentle lift on the horizontal arm enables shade to be adjusted to desired height; letting go sets it in place,
+ Finial unscrews to allow separation of lamp from base for transport,
+ Romance of 1982 Deckard & Rachel piano scene attributable to unique quality of this single light source - lamp is identical in type and color but NOT the actual prop,
+ Warm light and position flexibility make it a favorite go-to prop for play/film/television set designers to this day - watch for it,
+ Minimal wear with one very small dent on shade top (see photo), consistent with mid-century vintage,
+ Want a pair? We have another similar Dazor 2004 up for sale - same color which never happens - check our auctions if still available.
LENGTH - FULL EXTENSION ACROSS SHADE TO POST: 21"
SHADE/SOURCE DIAMETER: 13"
WEIGHTED BASE DIAMETER: 8"
TOTAL WEIGHT: 11 LBS.
CORD LENGTH: 7' - 6"
BULB TYPE: STANDARD "A" (not included)
Item is from an international Blade Runner props/production/books/collectibles/marketing and ephemera collection amassed over thirty years and currently up for auction as the collector's incept date fast approaches. CHECK OUT OUR OTHER ITEMS UP FOR SALE!
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