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Item No. 100479883
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Melt Table Lamp

C$ 1,620.00
4.3 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100479883
New Arrival

Melt Table Lamp

C$ 1,620.00
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  • Distinctive, futuristic design by British designer Tom Dixon.
  • Translucent when illuminated, and a reflective mirrored surface when off.
  • Touch-dimmable.
  • 18" H 9½" W 9½" D
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Designed by Tom Dixon for Tom Dixon
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Melt Table Lamp
C$ 1,620.00
Details

Details

With the mesmerizing effect of molten glass or a melting glacier, the organically shaped Melt Table Lamp, designed by Tom Dixon (2023), brings his distinctive aesthetic to a striking, sculptural lamp. The innovative, chameleonic light when illuminated is translucent, offering diffused light, and when off, has a reflective mirror surface, perched atop a sleek cone base. Touch-dimmable. The Melt Table Lamp is a work of art and a conversation piece that will dramatically illuminate a side table, bedside, or console table. Equipped with a long-lasting 6W LED bulb (included). Made in China.
  • Distinctive, futuristic design by British designer Tom Dixon.
  • Translucent when illuminated, and a reflective mirrored surface when off.
  • Touch-dimmable.
Brand
Tom Dixon
Collection
Melt Lighting Collection
General Dimensions
  • 18" H 9½" W 9½" D
Assembly
Requires Assembly
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Melt Table Lamp

  • Height (in): 18
  • Width (in): 9½
  • Depth (in): 9½
  • Steel base.
  • Polycarbonate shade.
  • Black braided cord.

Tom Dixon

Born in Tunisia and raised in England, Tom Dixon’s reputation frequently precedes him. His mystique as a bad boy – Dixon dropped out of art school following a motorcycle accident and spent time in his 20s playing bass with a rock band and organizing warehouse parties – is nearly as recognized as his unmistakable gift for design and emergence as one of England’s most influential designers.

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