Table lamp, hexagonal raw bronze leg or polished bronze, paper shade. 

The lampshade is simply held by three notched metal rods.

The raw bronze effect is obtained thanks to the sand used during casting, while the polished version shows a perfectly smooth surface.


Handmade polishing and patina.

Created in the early 60s.

This lamp was inspired by a stone model of the Dunbar collection designed by Edward J. Wormley in 1959. Jules Wabbes reinterpreted this classic model. The first copies made of travertine were produced by Mobilier Universel. They were later made of metal and distributed by GEDE in 1969. 

There are many fakes of this model (larger or with flared foot) designed after the death of Jules Wabbes. This model here presented is the only original one.

Designed, manufactured and assembled in Belgium.


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460 mm

325 mm

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690 mm

505 mm

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8,6 kg

5,0 kg

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Polished Bronze

Raw Bronze

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