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American Fixture Company Articulating Work Light Item # R7031

Circa 1920


Although the Industrial style spans a broad era – ranging from before the turn of the century through the 1940’s—the moniker typically refers more to function than to period. As utility is key, design efforts are focused more on efficiency than ornamentation. Articulating joints, powerful reflector shades, hard-working materials and no-nonsense finishes characterize Industrial-style lighting. From hand-painted illuminated-shade signage to porcelain enamel warehouse pendants, if the first function of the fixture is to assist, it’s probably an Industrial light.

  • Historical Style: Industrial
  • Meant to be mounted on the side of a machine (perhaps a drill-press, mill or bandsaw).
  • Unique patented technology – square tubing connected to articulating bolts – known as the "Universal Joint." *Presented here in stripped raw steel, from the mounting plate all the way to the reflector shade.
  • Produced by the American Fixture Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, a prolific manufacture that specialized in work-fixtures, as well as commercial lighting.
  • Condition Notes: Plenty of wear in the metal – note the dents in the mounting plate. All commensurate with age.
  • Bulbs not included.

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American Fixture Company Articulating Work Light

Circa 1920