As always searching for the lucky find, the original of this ‘30s Navy spotlight was unearthed in an antique store in Greenwich, England. In a way the light is a wonderful combination of old technology, romantic seafaring and practical lighting. Perched on its imposing rosewood tripod the light dominates, adding character to a room, an important element in today’s design philosophy. Our replica is exclusive to AM, hand-crafted of brass and aluminum. This is signature AM for those who value master craftsmanship and technical skills. A great addition to a now much appreciated collection of spotlights and signal lamps.
M. 25.5 x 25.5 x 71"
M. 65 x 65 x 180.5cm,
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