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Loré

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B 095 Wall Lamp

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A very spectacular brown wall lamp designed by Matt Camps for Loré. This wall lamp was in the late 1960\'s one of the most expensive items that Loré sold at that time (117,50 HFL). This lamp has three parts. They glued together 2 parts with a special ceramic glue - paste.Then it also had a planter hanging on the front also in the same style and also made of ceramics. Because these fell off quite often, they are very hard to get these days. The last picture is one I took of the Loré catalogue, so you can see how the wall lamp should be including the plants in the planter. Thanks to Peter Peeters (son of one of the founders of Loré, René Peeters) who let me take pictures of the very rare catalogues by Loré that he recently discovered in an old box. Peter Peeters also gave me loads of information about Matt Camps and the factory Loré itself, that he even worked in. Without him I would never have got so much information about M. Camps and Loré as I do today; So Peter, also a very BIG THANK YOU !!! for all the information you helped me with until this present day ;-)

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Height 39.5 cm (1 ft 3.55 in)
Width 52 cm (1 ft 8.47 in)
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Top Angle
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Planter
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Side
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Top Angle
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backside of the lamp
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backside of the lamp detail
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