The KAISER idell lamp 6631, designed by the German silversmith Christian Dell in the beginning of the 1930s, embodies essentially the style of the Bauhaus movement in that time.
The lamp 6631 Luxus even reached world-popularity. They emerged in numerous editions since the 1960s again and again. They were especially present on the desk of the famous TV-commissary. Which is why the table model 6631 is also lovingly called "commissary lamp".
The lamp is characterized by its formal closeness and simultaneously bribes by only a few basic construction elements. Form-distinctive is the straight-lined reflector shade. On the top, at the reflector, there is the socked connected, embossed with "ORIGINAL KAISERidel". The shade of the pendant lamp consists of wet-lacquered steel sheet and chrome-plated brass.
The lamp is delivered including all approval seals according to the today's norm. Regarding design, quality and handicraft work, it is identical to the original. The "German piece of light culture" is re-edited and produced in Denmark by the "KAISERidel A/S" based in Vejle.