Very rare â€˜Halo Click 2â€™ table lamp designed by Ettore Sottsass for Philips, Italy 1988. This rare dark grey table lamp is much harder to find than the floor lamp of this model, and this is the most neutral color around which fits any interior. This lamp is the nicest because of the dimensions and proportions of the shade to the feet. These lamps are mostly discolored or damaged as the coating is very fragile. This lamp ins in a VERY good condition, the only thing is the on/off switch misses some coating from usage but I think thatâ€™s minimal wear for this lamp. Since Sottsass died there has been a run on all his rare pieces, well this is one of them! Especially in this condition. Take your chance to invest better than on anything else!
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