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Dazor Floating Fixture 2324

Materials: Gray painted metal and plastic, 2 fluorescent light tubes. Heavy (cast iron counterweight inside) metal base.

Height: 72 cm / 28.34”

Lampshade: 47 x 10,5 cm / 18.50 x 4.13”

Base: 25 x 18 cm / 9.84” x 7.08”

Electricity: 2 x F15T8/CW fluorescent light bulbs 15 watt, 110/220 volt.

Period: 1940s – 1990s.

Designer: To be appraised.

Manufacturer: Dazor MFG Corp, St. Louis, Missouri, today Dazor Lighting Technology, 430 Industrial Drive, Maryland Heights, Missouri 63043, USA.

History: This lamp was used for a long time in the Antwerp (Belgium) diamond industry. Below you can see pictures of a catalogue from the 60s.

These industrial desk lamps were made for many years. Regrettably, an email for more information about this lamp was not answered.


The Dazor company was founded in 1938 by Harry Dazey and Washington University professor Albert Perbal. The precision-balanced “Floating-Arm” revolutionized the task lighting industry in the 1940’s. Dazor was also the first fluorescent lamp manufacturer to combine the technology of the portable task light with fluorescent light bulbs. They still produce similar lighting.


Links (external links open in a new window)

Dazor Lighting Technology website

History of Dazor on their website

Other lamps used in the Antwerp diamond industry, here on Vintageinfo

Dazor Floating Fixture 2324 - 60s Catalogue

Dazor Floating Fixture 2324 - 60s Catalogue