5321 Table Lamp

5321 Table Lamp

$1,199
$1,199

Paavo Tynell’s fanciful take on nature is gracefully echoed in the 5321 Table Lamp, designed by the Finnish designer in 1941. Under the shell-inspired brass shade, the bulb subtly appears from beneath; a picturesque detail resembling the desirable sea shell pearl and making the 5321 Table Lamp a perfect example of how Tynell brought a playful nature and romance to the simplified style of mid-century modernism. 

Dimensions 27cm D x 32.5cm H

Materials Shade and Textile cord - Polished Brass.
Stem - Natural Wicker

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Paavo Tynell (1890–1973) was born in Helsinki 12 years after the invention of the domestic lightbulb – a time when Finland, like most of northern Europe, was yet to be electrified. Tynell came into the world at precisely the right time to become one of the pioneers of modern lighting; as the electric light spread across the world, so too did Tynell’s design visions. By the time he died in 1973, Tynell was known, fondly, as ‘the man who illuminated Finland’. Shop Designer >
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