George Nelson Bubble Crisscross Saucer Ceiling Light, Medium George Nelson Bubble Crisscross Saucer Ceiling Light, Medium

A mid-century classic, the Bubble Lamp was first designed by George Nelson in 1947 and was produced by Howard Miller starting in the early 1950s and ending in 1979. These famous lamps are part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. This lamp is made by spray-coating the skeleton structure with a layer of translucent plastic that allows light to softly shine through. It has an adjustable cord of up to 183cm.

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George Nelson Bubble Saucer Ceiling Light, Medium George Nelson Bubble Saucer Ceiling Light, Medium

A mid-century classic, first designed by George Nelson in 1947; later produced by Howard Miller in the early 1950s and now at the Museum of Modern art New York. This lamp is made by spray-coating the skeleton structure with a layer of translucent plastic that allows light to softly shine through. Each lamp is supplied with an adjustable cord of up to 183cm and a brushed nickel ceiling plate that measures 13.3cm.

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George Nelson Bubble Ceiling Light, Medium George Nelson Bubble Ceiling Light, Medium

A mid-century classic, first designed by George Nelson in 1947; later produced by Howard Miller in the early 1950s. It can be seen at the Museum of Modern Art New York. This lamp is made by spray-coating the skeleton structure with a layer of translucent plastic that allows light to softly shine through. Each lamp is supplied with an adjustable cord of up to 183cm and a brushed nickel ceiling plate that measures 13.3cm.

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George Nelson Bubble Saucer Ceiling Light, Large George Nelson Bubble Saucer Ceiling Light, Large

A mid-century classic, the Bubble Lamp was first designed by George Nelson in 1947 and was produced by Howard Miller starting in the early 1950s and ending in 1979. These famous lamps are part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. This lamp is made by spray-coating the skeleton structure with a layer of translucent plastic that allows light to softly shine through.

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George Nelson Bubble Saucer Ceiling Light, Small George Nelson Bubble Saucer Ceiling Light, Small

A mid-century classic, first designed by George Nelson in 1947; later produced by Howard Miller in the early 1950s and now at the Museum of Modern art New York. This lamp is made by spray-coating the skeleton structure with a layer of translucent plastic that allows light to softly shine through. Each lamp is supplied with an adjustable cord of up to 183cm and a brushed nickel ceiling plate that measures 13.3cm.

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