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Item No. 100446165

9209 Table Lamp

Price reduced from $999.00 to $799.20 20% off
4 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100446165

9209 Table Lamp

Price reduced from $999.00 to $799.20 20% off

Available to ship in:
  • Brass shade with small perforations.
  • Switch on back of shade.
  • Rattan-wrapped column.
  • 14⅝" H 10¼" W 10¼" D 10½" DIA
Detailed Dimensions

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Designed by Paavo Tynell for Gubi
Manufacturer SKU:
9209 Table Lamp
Price reduced from $999.00 to $799.20 20% off
Details

Details

A pleasing mix of materials and the playful addition of perforations in the brass shade make the 9209 Table Lamp (1940) an engaging addition to any home or office. This midcentury modern piece is the work of Finnish designer Paavo Tynell, who was known for using perforated metal to create a subtle aesthetic. When the lamp is on, these perforations become tiny pins of light, resulting in a warm, ambient glow. Bulb (not included): E26 base, LED recommended. Made in China.
  • Brass shade with small perforations.
  • Switch on back of shade.
  • Rattan-wrapped column.
Brand
Gubi
Collection
Paavo Tynell Lighting Collection
General Dimensions
  • 14⅝" H 10¼" W 10¼" D 10½" DIA
Product Weight
1.5 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

9209 Table Lamp

  • Depth Min (in): 4
  • Width Min (in): 4
  • Height (in): 14⅝
  • Width (in): 10¼
  • Diameter (in): 10½
  • Depth (in): 10¼
  • Weight (lbs): 1
  • Cord Length (in): 98½
  • Brass
  • Rattan

Paavo Tynell

Known as “The man who illuminated Finland,” lighting pioneer Paavo Tynell began his career when electricity was in its infancy. In 1918 he co-founded the country’s first lighting company, bringing light to Scandinavia. But it was his ability to create indirect, atmospheric light that led Tynell to collaborate with major architects – including Alvar Aalto – designing now-iconic fixtures and lamps.

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