The Kaiser Idell 6631 Luxury Table lamp is equipped with two ball joints. One ball joint ensures that the asymmetrically shaped lamp shade can be swiveled, while the other allows an individual alignment of the arm. An on / off switch is located on the light base.
The 6631 Luxury Table lamp was originally designed by Christian Dell in 1931 for the Gebr. Kaiser und Co. Leuchten KG. From the 1960s onwards, this light gained in popularity, as it was placed on the desk of many German television commissioners, which is why it was even called a "commissioner's lamp". Like the other Kaiser Idell lights, it also belongs to the Bauhaus style.
The lamp is available with a shade in these surfaces: black, matt black, white, dark green, easy grey and ruby red. The upper surface of the lamp base is alsways lacquered in the same surface as the shade. In all versions except matt black and easy grey, the shades are glossy lacquered, in these two versions, the shade has a matt surface. The elements of the lamp rod are chrome-polished and made of silver-soldered brass for all versions except the grey. The grey version has elements in polished, untreated brass, which acquire a natural patina over time. Each table lamp comes with a certificate of authenticity and an "ORIGINAL KAISER idell" embossing.