Spanish modernist lamp made in the 1960's, by Fase a Spanish company, you can also Google it to find several example on other dealer's sites. It is the original design , very little is know about Fase beside the fact they produced very elegant desk lamp , one of them was featured in Don Draper 's office in the show Madmen .This one is referred on line as " boomerang ".The luminaire manufacturer Fase was founded in Madrid in 1964 by industrial designer Pedro Martín. Martín sold his independently produced lamps to retailers before successfully opening a factory in Torrejón de Ardoz on the outskirts of Madrid. In the 1970s, Fase is a key player in the manufacturing sector and contributes to a difficult economy tinged with oil shocks and a turbulent democratic transition. Fase sells lighting fixtures for more than three decades to 32 countries; its largest markets are in the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Germany, the United Arab Emirates, Japan, Canada and the United States. Despite Fase's commercial success, the information available about the company and its history is scarce and often contradictory .Fase closed in the 1980's leaving the legacy of a line of elegant and unique desk lamp.
Size H.18 , globe 13 , rewired , good antique condition , there is some scratches from normal use , the color is a shade of different grey