Pendant Lamp A330S Golden Bellby Alvar Aalto, 1937 — from 411,00 €
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The Artek A330S Golden Bell pendant lamp was designed in 1936 by Aino and Alvar Aalto as part of a commission to design the interior of the Savoy Restaurant in Helsinki. A one piece, moulded brass lamp the A330S Golden Bell is made and distributed by the Finnish furniture company Artek, and thanks to its unique shape and understated luminescence has enjoyed great popularity since its launch in the late 1930s. Typical of the Aalto lights from this period is the perforated ring at the bottom of the screen, a delicate detail that is both decorative and aids the light distribution.
|Product type||Pendent lamp|
Height: 20 cm
Diameter: 17 cm
With variant brass "Savoy" interior brass, otherwise white lacquered For variants black/white as well as brass "Savoy" cable black, otherwise white
|Material||Shade: polished brass, painted steel or chrome plated
Cable: For variant brass "Savoy" black textile cable, otherwise plastic cable
|Variants||Available in a range of materials
For variant brass "Savoy" interior brass, otherwise white lacquered
For variants black/white as well as brass "Savoy" cable black, otherwise white
|Function & properties||Cable length 2,5 m
E27 fitting, max. 40 W
|Delivery includes||Light bulb is not included|
|Assembly||Please click on the picture for detailed information (ca. 0,1 MB).
|Care||Regular dusting with a soft duster is recommended.|
|Product Family||Wall Light A330S Golden Bell available separately|
|Product datasheet||Please click on picture for detailed information (ca. 0,6 MB).