Adjustable molecular table lamp

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Adjustable molecular table lamp

2,200.00

Each sphere of this extremely cool 1970s chrome table lamp, reminiscent of a molecular model, can be rotated, allowing the shape to be adjusted in infinite ways. A three-way switch on the base sphere illuminates the upper two bulbs alone, the lower two bulbs, or all four. Attributed to American lighting designer Robert Sonneman. Painted wooden base is 10" in diameter. As pictured: 27-1/2 h x 18" w x 18" d.

See this item in our Brooklyn showroom, 61 Greenpoint Ave., Suite 312, Brooklyn, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and by appointment.

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