is from a
Smoke-Free and Pet-Free home.
item listed on this
page was manufactured to plug into standard United States electrical
operates on standard United
States voltage of 120 voltage, 60 hertz (cycles).
Model: 2600 Task
Harry Dazey decided to
partner with Albert Perbal, a
Professor at Washington
University, to form a
would produce Lamp Fixtures. Harry had been in the family business of
manufacturing Butter Churns.
Then he got the idea for the "Floating
Arm" portable lamp, today known as a table lamp. These portable lamps
also called task lamps, which is what
Harry choose to specialize in manufacturing for his new company.
In the beginning these Dazor lamps were
used as table lamps which brought in a demand great enough to require
a work force of twelve
employees. By the beginning of World War II, Dazor was producing a
gaining the company a famous reputation. The government soon found out
that the traditional
overhead lighting was costly and the
Dazor Lamps were much more cost effective and able to help conserve
The government saw the savings of using
overhead lighting where it was sensible to
do so. This allowed the Dazor Company to
Artists, Dental and Medical Professionals and Electronics Manufacturers
just to name a few of the
that can use and benefit from the high quality lighting that is a must
have for performance that exceeds standard
This still goes on today for the Dazor Compnay.
attention to detail, designing done by a superbly high quality
engineering department and the use of very high
components this has helped put Dazor as one of the premium lamp
manuafacturers in the world
Floating Arm Fixture Model: 2600 Task Lamp or maybe known as a Desk
Lamp to some, was manufactured,
the research done, in the 1960's as far as we can determine.
It has a heavy
weighted base to prevent it from tipping over when the Floating Arm is
extended in any direction.
this lamp is 50 plus years old, making it an antique, it still looks
It has been
used so there is to be expected some normal wear, maybe chips,
scratches or a small dent.
to be some paint splatter on the light shade, not on the rest of the
will be able to be seen in the pictures above.
Floating Arm Fixture Task Lamp or Desk Lamp, like we stated, is used in
excellent antique usable condition.
Arm moves smoothly, without any abnormal looseness, it stays where you
put it until you move it again,
the lamp head
rotates left, right and moves up and down with ease, smoothness and it
stops and holds where you put it.
works great, it shows that it was a high quality original component, it
has no loosness, does not show excessive
operates the way it was designed to when it was first manufactured. The
cord is in excellent shape, no cracks, cuts,
bare conductors, the blades of the plug are excellent also, nice and
Volts AC, 60 Hz, Maximum
Power Cord: Approximately 83
inches long from
the base to the plug.
Light Bulb: Incandescent
(Max. 60 Watts)
which is the orginal
inches wide X 7 inches deep X 2 1/2 inches high
Table to 1st Joint:
23 1/2 inches
1st Joint to
Lamp Joint: 12 inches approximately
Lamp Head Shade: 9
inches diameter X 6
1/2 inches high approximately
Made in St.
Louis, MO., U.S.A.
Floating Arm Fixture Model: 2600 Desk Lamp is looking for new people to
help illuminate their life and
bring some joy
into their lives too. As soon as you open your package all you need is
to screw a light bulb in, plug it in
and turn the
switch on, you have light where you need it or you can put this into
your Desk or Task Lamp collection to
show off to
light bulb is included in this package for FREE.
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