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Item No. 807647

Grasshopper Table Lamp

$699.00
5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 807647

Grasshopper Table Lamp

$699.00

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  • Lithe solid brass frame.
  • Ball-jointed shade rotates 360 degrees to focus light and minimize glare.
  • Combines European and West Coast design aesthetics with a sense of play.
  • 16¼" H 6" DIA
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2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Designed by Greta Magnusson Grossman for Gubi
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Grasshopper Table Lamp
$699.00
Details

Details

Upon moving to California in 1940, Swedish architect Greta Magnusson Grossman began combining her European training with a West Coast aesthetic, adding a sense of play. Her Grasshopper Table Lamp (1948) resembles its namesake in form, with a lithe solid-brass frame and elongated conical shade. Ball-jointed, the shade can be moved in any direction to focus the light and minimize glare. This is an authentic Grossman lamp. Bulb (not included): 40W max, E12 base. Made in Denmark.
  • Lithe solid brass frame.
  • Ball-jointed shade rotates 360 degrees to focus light and minimize glare.
  • Combines European and West Coast design aesthetics with a sense of play.
  • Suits narrow, compact spaces.
Brand
Gubi
General Dimensions
  • 16¼" H 6" DIA
Product Weight
5 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Item No.
807647

Grasshopper Table Lamp

  • Height (in): 16¼
  • Diameter (in): 6
  • Weight (lbs): 5
  • Cord Length (in): 98½
  • Powder-coated steel shade
  • Solid brass frame and hardware
  • Fabric-covered cord
Greta Magnusson Grossman

Greta Magnusson Grossman

Born and raised in Sweden, Greta Magnusson Grossman represents a literal link between European design and California modernism. Her own preferences and groundbreaking work as a female designer have become recognizable parts of the visual vocabulary of American design.

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