Artemide Eclisse Table Lamp

USD $240.00 @ Stardust

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If you are looking for a design classic that will never go out of style, look no further! The Eclisse Lamp is part of the Artemide Modern Design Classics collection. The Eclisse Table Lamp was designed by Italian designer Vico Magistretti for Artemide in 1967. Vico Magistretti was one of the pioneers of modern Italian design, and his Eclisse Lamp epitomizes the perfect balance between form and function. Eclisse can be used as a bedside table lamp or desk lamp. The Eclisse features a rotating inner shade that ‘eclipses’ the light source to provide partial or total diffusion. This petite and highly attractive table lamp is available in white, orange or silver grey lacquered steel and requires one 25W E14 bulb (included). Eclisse is a luminous classic which can be enjoyed for many years to come.

The Artemide Eclisse lamp is a Compasso d’Oro award-winning table lamp with white, orange or silver grey painted metal diffuser. The Eclisse Lamp emits both direct and diffused incandescent light, the lamp has an incorporated rotatable shield in white lacquered steel which allows the light source to be regulated and even eclipsed if needed. The Eclisse Lamp has an on/off switch on the power cord. Exhibited at the finest musea in the world including the Metropolitan Museum of Art (MoMA), The Denver Art Museum and Musée des Arts Dècoratifs de Montréal.

Included in the Design Collection of The Museum of Modern Art. New York (USA)

On/off switch located on cord

Dimensions:  7″H X 5″W

Lamp Type:  Incandescent

Bulbs:  1 X 25W E12 (candelabra base) G16.5 incandescent globe (not included)

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