Franz Anton Mesmer (/ˈmɛzmə/; German: [ˈmɛsmɐ]; 23 May 1734 – 5 March 1815) was a German physician with an interest in astronomy. He theorised the existence of a natural energy transference occurring between all animated and inanimate objects; this he called “animal magnetism“, sometimes later referred to as mesmerism. Mesmer’s theory attracted a wide following between about 1780 and 1850, and continued to have some influence until the end of the 19th century. In 1843, the Scottish doctor James Braid proposed the term “hypnotism” for a technique derived from animal magnetism; today the word “mesmerism” generally functions as a synonym of “hypnosis”. Mesmer also supported the arts, specifically music; he was on friendly terms with Haydn and Mozart.
When function met aesthetics, this tripod lamp with custom-printed lamp shades was born. Featuring a galvanized steel tripod base, this lamp delivers both high-end durability and a unique decorative touch. The custom printed lamp shades can accommodate high-resolution custom prints and add your personality to your surroundings.
NB! The lamp features a type A plug with two pins, which makes it suitable for the sockets used in the USA and Canada.