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Artemide ECLISSE 25W Table Lamp
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Eclisse table lamp 25W E14

€163.93
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Eclisse is a cutting-edge balance between form and function, design and utility. The basis of the concept lies in its functionality of regulating the intensity of the light through its internal rotating lampshade that "eclipses" the light source. In fact, with a fixed external casing and a movable internal casing, the lamp can provide direct or diffused light.

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AR-0028010A-BI
Color : White
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Table lamp. Metal structure painted in white, orange, yellow or red. The name Eclisse derives from the fact that the screen of the lamp can be closed up to eclipse the bulb. BULB: 1x25W halo (E14). Artemide Eclisse was created by Vico Magistretti in 1965 and in 1967 it received the Compasso d'oro award, thus becoming the emblem of Italian design all over the world.

AR-0028010A-BI

Data sheet

Setting
Living room
Designer
Vico Magistretti
Dimensions
Height cm . 18 - cm Diameter . 12 - Base diameter cm . 12
materials
Metal frame painted
Enclosed light bulb
No
Number Light bulb
1
Fitting
E14
Dimmerable
No
Available with dimmer
No
Max power
25W

Specific References

EAN13
8052993000057

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The shape of these lamps recalls the old candle holders with handles, commonly called in Italian "bugia", a simplified name of the African city Bidgiaya which supplied most of the wax used to make candles! This anecdote today also accompanies the "modern" Bugia: a table or wall lamp with single or double light, as simple as it is ingenious.

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