Fun 1 Pendant

Designed by Verner Panton


Item Number: 4111


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Most people are familiar with Danish designer Verner Panton for his S-shaped chair and op-art environments, but his Fun Lamps (1964) are equally iconoclastic. One of the most sought-after modern lighting designs at auction today, the Fun Lamps give modernism a decorative dimension without being cute – think of them as functional jewelry for interiors. The cascading design is composed of hand-cut mother of pearl discs, which make wonderful musical sounds when stirred by a breeze. These lamps have an ethereal presence, with light shining through the discs to produce a warm, opulent glow. Bulb (not included): incandescent E26. Made in Denmark.

  • Each lamp is stamped with Panton's signature and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
  • UL Listed and suitable for commercial use.
  • Ships flat to avoid tangling; assembly required.
  • Fun 1 Pendant


Verner Panton
Verner Panton

DENMARK (1926–1998)

Even if Verner Panton’s creative output were reduced to only the eponymous Panton Chair, he would still be considered a master of modern design. With that chair, the first single-formed injection-molded plastic seat, he created one of the most daring designs of the 20th century.

Born on the island of Funen in Denmark, Panton studied architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of ...

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H 23.75" Diameter 17.75" Cord L 157.5"


Steel structure; hand-cut mother of pearl discs; chrome ceiling rose; black fabric cable.

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