Table lamp, Cap, light-green, H23cm, Ø16cm - TEO
Designer : Lena Billmeier et David Baur
Brand : TEO
The Cap contemporary table light is designed by the German Lena Billmeier and David Baur for the TEO (Timeless Everyday Objects) brand.
This lamp shows a little elf with a large amazing hat, creating a warm and ambient light.
This light-green light reveals a refined design, offering an elegant touch for your space.
Cap is perfect for your bedroom, your living-room, your deskroom, or any other rooms…
It is composed of mouthblown glass and steel, showing the floating impression of Japanese lamps. Its transparent wire of 2m is in plastic.
Its high and its diameter measure respectively 23cm and 16cm.
The bulb is not included. We recommend an 10W E14 LED or CFL bulb. This light is available in six other colors on our website.
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- LED or CFL
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- A > D
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- painted steel, mouthblown glass
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- < 10 W
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- TEO_T0001 – LG558
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- Dimensions :
- L 16.0cm x H 23.0cm x P 16.0cm
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- standard delivery, under 48h (for product in stock) : 6.90 €
- delivery in a pick-up store, under 48h (for product in stock) : 5.90 €
- express delivery, the next day before 1pm (for product in stock) : 12.90 €
- Livraison par coursier dans la journée sous 3H (pour toute commande passée avant 15h) : 14.90 €
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The both designers, Lena Billmeier and David Baur are creators for the TEO (Timeless Everyday Objects).
They are graduated in 2007 with their awarded thesis project Vision E...Learn more +