1970s Goffredo Reggiani Articulated Chrome Ball Lamp

An unusual, space-age, articulated, eyeball, table lamp designed by Goffredo Reggiani during the early 1970s in Italy.  The three articulated arms feature a chrome eyeball bulb holder with an enamelled white interior at the end of each arm which allows each one to be adjusted to your light requirements.  You can alter their direction to highlight a picture, painting or towards a book to help you read. The arms resemble a playful Octopus or Triffid in its unusual but highly functional design

The chrome base supports a slim chrome stem with an outer tubular smoked brown perspex tube. The chrome flip on/off switch is situated at the top of the perspex stem at the base of the arms.

PAT tested and in full working order.  Rewired.

Dimensions: Base Diameter: 23cms Height when arms are fully extended: 86cm

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