This decor light has been remanufactured from reclaimed and/or salvaged materials thereby diverting them from landfill and is flexible enough to work in your home, retail outlet, office, cafe or restaurant. In some cases the light comes with a social history so it is a conversation piece as well as a unique work of art.
Steeped in Swedish engineering history, Primus, founded in 1892 by inventor Frans Lindgvist and John Svenson has been globally recognized for pioneering outdoor cooking. The efficient Primus stove quickly earned a reputation as a durable stove in everyday use, and it performed especially well under adverse conditions: it was the choice for Fridtjof Nansen’s North Pole attempt, Roald Amundsen’s South Pole expedition, and Richard Byrd’s North Pole expedition. George Mallory took one on his ill-fated attempt of Mount Everest in 1924 as did Tenzing and Hillary on their successful one in 1953. This one was the 8th one manufactured in 1936 (AA/8).
The lamp part of the creation is an IKEA Frado desk lamp that creates a soft, cosy mood light in any room. It comes with the recommended bulb and is compatible with bulbs of the energy classes A++ to D. The Primus Stove is brass, the cooking ring is cast steel, the base of the light fitting is polypropylene plastic and the globe is glass.
Depth: 9.5” (24mm)
Width: 9.5” (24mm)
Height (max): 18” (46mm)
Height (min): N/A
Packaged size: 10” x 10” x 20” (
Weight: 6lbs (2.7kg)
Lamp holder: Edison Screw Fitting
Bulb type: LED E27 100 lumen clear globe
(This light is not dimmable)
Cord Length: 10′ (3m)
Cord entry: Rear
Mains connection: BS1363/A moulded plug fitted with 3 amp fuse
Method of operation: In-line rocker switch
Supplied with: Recommended bulb
Any electrical installation should be undertaken by a qualified electrician. If you connect your light to the electricity supply by any other means than the moulded plug we take no responsibility for faults occurring due to incorrect installation.