c. 1930 Quack Medical Chromaray Color Therapy Lamp

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c. 1930 Quack Medical Chromaray Color Therapy Lamp
  • c. 1930 Quack Medical Chromaray Color Therapy Lamp
  • c. 1930 Quack Medical Chromaray Color Therapy Lamp
  • c. 1930 Quack Medical Chromaray Color Therapy Lamp
  • c. 1930 Quack Medical Chromaray Color Therapy Lamp
  • c. 1930 Quack Medical Chromaray Color Therapy Lamp
  • c. 1930 Quack Medical Chromaray Color Therapy Lamp
  • c. 1930 Quack Medical Chromaray Color Therapy Lamp
  • c. 1930 Quack Medical Chromaray Color Therapy Lamp
  • c. 1930 Quack Medical Chromaray Color Therapy Lamp
  • c. 1930 Quack Medical Chromaray Color Therapy Lamp
  • $895.00

The Chromaray invented by E. Ruscheweyh and Edward A. Ernest is a standing 100 watt lamp for the purpose of chromotherapy. Original advertising described the lamp as a "Portable Combination Instrument" producing "controlled projected rays of cool sunshine." The Chromaray focuses light through colored lenses to exemplify sunshine on dreary days or in cold climates. Despite a patent suit in 1937, E. A. Ernest continued to sell his therapy lamps into the early forties. 

The base of this lamp measures 17"X17", the lamp itself is 12"X12". This minimum height for this lamp is 41" and the maximum height for this lamp is 57".
 



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