1930s GE Sunlamp
Bestowed the middle nameÂ RamonaÂ MorningbirdÂ by hippie-parents treasure-hunterÂ Hopi WicksonÂ never predicted that her name would come to herald her passion. Yet in the morning she slips away before dawn on a quest for vintage finds that embody theÂ beautiful quirk of old-fashioned function.Â Charmed by the eclectic and wooed by utility Miss Morningbird reveals her idiosyncratic taste in this collection ofÂ antique industrial objectsÂ that have over time earned the distinction of sculptural art."Go on and get happy. When the office keeps you from the sun, bring the sun home with this 1930s General Electric tanning lamp. Shade diameter: 15. Requires 1 mogul-base bulb of unknown max wattage (not included). 79" cloth-covered cord. 2-prong plug. Features a heavy rolling base with switch. Head is adjustable in two positions. Socket for mogul base bulb; can be converted to standard base with inexpensive adapter. Customers are encouraged to evaluate all electronic components and make adjustments for their own comfort level before using. This vintage product is in fair as-found condition. Some rust on base due to age."