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Item No. 807609

Glo-Ball Sconce

Price reduced from C$ 430.00 to C$ 365.50
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Item No. 807609

Glo-Ball Sconce

Price reduced from C$ 430.00 to C$ 365.50
1 Color
White
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  • Hand-blown opaline-glass sconce.
  • Acid-etched diffuser has a slight frosted look.
  • Casts a soft, luminous light.

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Designed by Jasper Morrison for Flos
Glo-Ball Sconce
Price reduced from C$ 430.00 to C$ 365.50
Light touch — Evoking a full moon, the Glo-Ball Zero Sconce shows that a seemingly familiar design can still surprise and delight. The minimal, hand-blown glass fixture emits a warm, welcoming glow, seamlessly fitting into any decor.
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Details

Soft glow

Unconcerned with creating novel forms, Jasper Morrison prefers to add fresh perspective to common items. His Glo-Ball Zero Sconce (1998) does just that, infusing the ubiquitous fixture with a quiet glamor. An acid-etched diffuser made of opaline glass serves as the lamp’s shade; each is hand-blown and casts a soft, luminous light. Sits on a discreet aluminum and polyamide base. Bulb (included): halogen 40W/T4/G9. UL Listed. Made in U.S.A.
  • Hand-blown opaline-glass sconce.
  • Acid-etched diffuser has a slight frosted look.
  • Casts a soft, luminous light.
  • UL-listed.
Brand Flos
General Dimensions
  • 6.3" D
Box Dimensions
  • 8.27" H 9.84" W 9.84" D
Assembly Requires Assembly
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Glo-Ball Sconce

  • Depth (in): 6.3
  • Hand-blown, acid-etched opaline-glass diffuser
  • Die-cast aluminum and injection-molded polyamide base
Jasper Morrison

Jasper Morrison

Jasper Morrison considers himself to be, first and foremost, a conceptual designer. Unconcerned with the novelty of new or unexpected forms, Morrison takes familiar shapes, often banal, and reworks them until a heretofore-unseen work emerges.

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