Temde Leuchten floorlamp
A rare Suisse-German vintage floorlamp, produced by Temde lights - the lamp is made of heavy Cedar with shades of gray glass.
Height 78cm x Width 16 cm
Zeldzame Vintage vloerlamp, vervaardigt door Temde, Leuchten. Zwitser-Duitse samenwerking.
3 rookglazen bollen.
Mooi donker hout
Did you know
Temde-Leuchten and Temde AG was a German-Swiss manufacturer of lighting fixtures, headquartered in Detmold (North Rhine-Westphalia) and subsidiary in Sevelen, in the canton of St. Gallen in Switserland.
Fritz Müller (1889-1964), son of a furniture maker from Lipperland founded the company in 1911 and founded a company under the Temde company, abbreviated by Theodor Müller, father of the company founder.
In the first years, only wooden lamps were produced. In addition to residential lighting, Temde also produced special products for public facilities and commercial establishments, such as hotels, restaurants, public places and churches.
Since the 1930s, Temde AG has also been producing lighting elements made of modern materials such as chrome and glass, but wood remained the main material.
In the post-war period, the production of wood-based materials became the basis for new lighting concepts. The use of pressed wood made it possible to build entirely new collections.