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Morse Code Signal Lamp – make like a naughtical maestro and impress…


This Morse Code Signal Lamp may not sway the course of a battle, or signal distant allies, but it will give your room the right kind of nautical ambience and blend in with the portholes, ancient mariner tea cups and the signed copy of Moby Dick on the capstan coffee table. Unfortunately it only supports a measly powered 100 watt bulb, so you can forget about signalling Mrs Miggins next door for a shanty singing get together. $1,300.00.

 Faithful to the original, the 13 1/2″-diameter Morse code signal lamp has seven louvers in front of the bulb that open and close to emit a solid beam or filtered light for customizable illumination in a home. The aluminum lamp head is mounted on a solid aluminum cast bracket and has two brass knobs that tilt the lamp up to 45º–a feature that ships used to project light pulses onto clouds for communicating with vessels beyond the horizon. A brass handle controls the louvers, the lamp head swivels 360º, and the polished aluminum tripod is supported by three solid brass feet.

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  • I've never seen a full sized one like this. Neat! Thanks for posting…

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