In 1947 the famous Grashoppa lamp was first manufactured. The tubular steel tripod stand is angled backwards and the conical shade of elongated aluminum is ball-jointed on the arm; thus the light can be indirect, but the glare is minimal. Both stands are powder-coated and shaded. The classic Cobra lamp’s name originally comes from the oval shade shape which is reminiscent of the neck of a Cobra. The flexible tubular arm can be twisted in all directions, and the shade can be rotated by 360. The foundation is covered with powder-coated aluminium and weighted with a ballast of cast iron.
23cm x 15cm
Matt white, anthracite grey, jet black and blue-grey.
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