The George Nelson Saucer Bubble Lamp series was first developed by Nelson in 1947 and were produced by Howard Miller in 1952. The George Nelson Saucer Bubble Lamp is seen as an iconic piece of American modernism. The entire George...
The George Nelson Saucer Bubble Lamp series was first developed by Nelson in 1947 and were produced by Howard Miller in 1952. The George Nelson Saucer Bubble Lamp is seen as an iconic piece of American modernism. The entire George Nelson Bubble Lamp Series is now part of a permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
These unique pendant lights were designed by Nelson to eliminate glare, offering a diffused light by constructing the lamp using taut plastic over a steel wire-frame. The result is a balanced, warm glow of light. The Saucer Bubble Lamp is a modernists dream; it brings energy and life to a range of spaces and is classic piece of modern design.
George Nelson is considered one of the founders of American modernism and is credited with producing some of the most iconic modernist furniture and lighting of the 20th century. The Saucer Bubble lamp is one such piece which can be found in restaurants, cafe's, bars clubs and lavish home all around the world.
***Please note, the 65cm Saucer Pendant is not included in our free delivery offer, please contact us to confirm your shipping price before ordering***
Small: Diameter 40cm x Height 22cm
Large: Diameter 65cm x Height 28cm
Available Colours: White
Material:Polymer coccoon covering
Globe: Not Included but compatible with any LED globe
Cord Length: 150cm - Can be shortened to suit
Cord Colour: White
Canopy Colour: White
Canopy Size: 13cm
Canopy Shape: Round
Lamp Holder Colour: White
Maximum Wattage: 40W
Globe Base: E27
Designer: George Nelson
Handling gloves included to avoid fingerprints during installation
Installation manual included
This product is a premium replica made from the highest quality materials. The product has been rigorously tested for quality control, throughout each stage of the production process.