The Gilbert Rohde Table Lamp (1933) is a beautiful expression of the first phase of American Modernism. Designed by the American Gilbert Rohde in 1929, this exquisite table lamp was created to appeal to the masses of America. The design lives on through handcrafted workmanship providing a detailed modern classic reproduction of this important design piece.
Gilbert Rohde was one of the most important American industrial designers of the 20th century. Early in his career, he was an advisor to Herman Miller on the subject of modern design. During his career he experimented with many material elements and created many new lines of modular furniture. One of his most famous designs include a plexiglass chair exhibited at New York's 1939 World's Fair.
Made in Italy.
Dimensions: H 11 1/2" Length 17 3/4"
Materials: Tube in calendered brass. Brass shade. Finished in chrome or brass.
Recommended light bulb: 60 watt - E14
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