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166 7th St
Brooklyn, NY 11215
USA

Bomb lamps, artillery tables, and armored credenzas - Stockpile Designs adds impact to your decor with a line of furniture and lighting using obsolete military equipment.

Blitz 2.0

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Shop for lighting and furniture based on classic military design. From lamps made with WWII bombshells to a modern, armored credenza, to jewelry made with tiny bombls from the Vietnam War.

Blitz 2.0

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Blitz 2.0

118.00

The Blitz 2.0 is a reproduction of the popular Blitz lamp, and Stockpile's first piece to enter mass production. The base is cast at Hebert Foundry in New Hampshire, using the same technique as the originals made during WWII. The rust-proof alloy shell is hand-blackened and polished, bringing out the texture and color of the metal. A cloth-wrapped cord, vintage plug, and muslin shade (made in Brooklyn) complete the design.

6' cloth-wrapped cord with vintage-style plug, cloth shade included. Approximately 10.25" high (14" with shade), 2.25" in diameter, and 2.5 lbs. Shade is 7" high, 7" base diameter. Standard shipping available for addresses in the US and Canada; contact us for an international shipping quote.

Each package includes a card with the text below, detailing the history of these short-lived weapons.

MK23 Practice Bombs were used by US Navy dive bombers in WWII. The central shaft held a signal flare, so the pilots' accuracy could be judged from the sky. Dive-bombing was extremely dangerous, as pilots had to fly nearly straight down to accurately hit their targets. Improvements in guided missile technology and anti-aircraft systems made dive bombers obsolete shortly after the war.
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