Eduard-Wilfrid Buquet table lamp - EB 27

At 4.29 p.m. on 9th February, 1927 Eduard-Wilfrid Buquet feild his patent for parts of this table lamp, particularly the flexible joints, at the Ministère du Commerce et l'Industrie in Paris. Various versions were produced until the 1940's. Although little is known about Buquet we do know that he produced this lamp himself and probably designed it as well.

We had to modify certain details for technical reasons, namely the interior of the flexible joints and the stand, which used to be made of wood. Since the small reflector will only take a small holder, we have equipped the lamp with halogen 50 Watt. The transformer is housed in the stand, which is thus made of metal. Virtually all the parts have to be handmade. The brass, which is the metal used, has been finished with a 0.9000 silver coating, and finally brushed to provide a matt surface.

All lamps are consecutively numbered and bear the TECNOLUMEN ® logo.

Table lamp EB 27 Sterling Silver

Eduard-Wilfried Buquet table lamp - EB 27, 1927

Eduard-Wilfrid Buquet 1927.

Each lamp is consecutively numbered and bears this logo: TECNOLUMEN

925 Sterling Silver,
handmade special edition.
Limited Edition from 50 pieces. Lamps are consecutively numbered, stamped
SG, Silvergloves for cleaning.
EB/L75, Replacement bulb.

Variations in material on the right hand side



All components carry the 925 hallmark

The base is visually an adaption of the standard design of the original model. The stand is additionally stamped as illustrated: Tecnolumen, BWKS, half moon and crown, 925, manualwork and serial number.

The weights consist of a 925 silver coating, into which a brass weight is inserted.