This stoneware table lamp was designed by Nils Kähler and made in the 1960s by Herman A Kähler Ceramic (HAK) in Denmark. It has a turqouise colored glaze covering. The top is made from unglazed smooth dark stoneware. The cable has been rewired with a switch, new socket and a new shade. The lamp is signed on the bottom with Nils Kähler’s signature and the company signature HAK and also has a “Denmark” stamp. Nils Kähler always signed his items with ‘Nils’ until he left the company in 1968. The factory closed in 1974. European wiring and plug.
Stoneware Table Lamp with Turquoise Colored Glazing by Nils Kähler, Denmark
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