Offer authenticity and elegance to your home with the authentic vintage table lamp High Voltage. This light with a seal both sober and original will not go unnoticed. It is based on an old and beautiful voltmeter made by Weston dating from the 1900-1910s.
The coin bears a brass label listing all patent dates beginning November 6, 1888 and ending March 22, 1898.
The Weston Electrical Instrument Company was founded in 1888 by Edward Weston. Weston is best known for designing and manufacturing precision electrical measuring instruments for laboratories and industry. This voltmeter probably comes from a laboratory in view of its brass identification label.
This part offers a dual calibration in DC voltage (0-150 volts and 0-15 volts). When lighting it operates with a voltage of 12 volts.
Finally, an orange luminous strip accentuates the contours of this lighting.