Noble pendant light in Bauhaus style
Designed by the German silversmith Christian Dell from the early 1930s, the KAISER idell lamp 6631 essentially embodies the style of the Bauhaus movement of the time. The luminaire is characterised by its formal unity and at the same time impresses with only a few basic construction elements. The smooth-surfaced reflector shade determines the form. Attached to the reflector above is the lampholder dome, which is embossed with the words "ORIGINAL KAISERidell".
Known from radio and television...
The luminaire has been adapted to today's technical guidelines, including all test marks. In terms of design, quality and craftsmanship, it is identical to the original in every detail. The "German piece of lighting culture" is reedited and produced in Denmark by "KAISERidell A/S" based in Vejle.
The 6631 Luxus luminaires even achieved world fame. In numerous versions they have appeared again and again on the screen since the 1960s. They were particularly present on the desks of the famous TV commissioners and investigators. That is why the 6631 table model is also affectionately called the "commissioner's lamp".
The KAISER idell lamp 6631 is made of wet-lacquered sheet steel and chrome-plated brass.