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Teka 7015 Wall Lamp

Materials: Rectangular copper painted metal (iron) lampshade. White painted on the inside. Black Bakelite wall mount. Rectangular teak handle. Built-in switch on the underside. Porcelain E14 socket.

Width: 20,3 cm / 7.99”

Distance wall closed: 8.5 cm / 3.34”

Distance wall opened: 9.3 cm / 3.66”

Electricity: 1 bulb E14, 1 x 40 watt maximum, 110/220 volt.
Any type of light bulb can be used, not a specific one preferred.

Period: 1960s, 1970s – Mid-Century Modern.

Designer: To be appraised.

Manufacturer: TEKA, Theodor Krägeloh & Co, Dahlenbrück, Germany.

Other versions: The Teka 7015 wall lamp was probably made in some varieties.

Teka 7015 is moulded on the back of the Bakelite wall mount

Made in the style of the CP 1 wall lamps designed by Charlotte Perriand (France, 1903 – 1999) in 1962 for the Les Arcs Ski Resort and produced by Steph Simon.

Other companies such as the Dutch ANVIA made similar wall lights designed by Jan Hoogervorst, in the 1950s. Hiemstra Evolux, also from the Netherlands produced a wall lamp in this style with a wooden handle. Several other companies did.

TEKA

Not much information to be found about the TEKA, Theodor Krägeloh & Co company, unfortunately. It must be long gone. They received 2 iF Design Awards, in 1964 and 1966.

Another lamp company exists with the same name, but it got nothing to do with this TEKA. It was founded in the nineties.

TEKA, Theodor Krägeloh & Co, Dahlenbrück, Germany. - Logo