Four Erco Design wall lights / ceiling lights for rails, designed by Roger Tallon for Erco in 1977.
Model: Micro Halogen spotlights
Very rare copies, contrary to model Micro (33 732) these spotlights were manufactured in a very limited edition. Rarely offered for sale.
The lamps work with a two-pin spotlight bulb, which is commonly available in shops. A Halospot 48 by Osram is used in the photo. All 12 volt halogen lamps can be used.
Roger Tallon, the famous French industrial designer, was born in Paris, 9 March 1929, and died in Paris on 20 October 2011. He created a large number of beautiful things: the most original watches for LIP, stairs, furniture and of course the TGV, "Train à Grande Vitesse", the high-speed train for Europe.
Roger Tallon worked for many companies, including: Caterpillar France, DuPont, Technés, General Electric, LIP, Air France, Bata, Peugeot, Fenwick, Kodak, Salomon Group, Fluocaril, Elf, Terraillon, ERCO, etcetera.
In good, working condition with normal signs of age. The photos are part of the description of the condition.
The pin spotlight bulbs are not included, these were only used to demonstrate proper functioning.
Total height: 17
Will be packaged and shipped with care.
- Nombre d’articles
- Applique murale
- Acier, Aluminium, Plastique
- Designer / Artiste
- Roger Tallon
- Fabricant / Marque
- Modèle / Nom
- Micro Spots
- Période estimée
- Pays d’origine
- Bon état - quelques usures et tâches dues à l’âge