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Edison-style Tabletop Director Lamp
When you hear the word “light bulb”, Thomas Edison comes to mind. Most of us know he invented a phonograph, but, a director’s lamp? That is a clue. Thomas Edison invented the Kinetograph (movie camera). Over the course of years, he joined forces with a competitor to create Motion Pictures Patent Company to protect patents (in the film industry) until 1917. This director’s table top lamp is a fun reminder of the early years that Edison was involved with movies. This lamp is a classic!
- Matte black finished tripod with bronzed interior lamp-can to amplify light.
- 5’ cord.
- 10”w x 21”h x 9.5”d.