vintage Italian table lamp


A rare adjustable T395 table lamp designed by Robert Sonneman for Italian manufacturer Luci Cinisello.

The lamp resembles the gear lever of a classic car. It can be moved from right to left and also forward by means of an articulated joint at the base. The shade can also be adjusted.

This desk lamp is made of a chromed metal shade and stem and it has a dark blue painted metal base with a switch.

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Style Code: GSV108
Designed by Robert Sonnerman
Manufactured by Lucy Cinisello
Navy base and chrome shade
Model T395
Circa 1970s
Italy Height 49cm Width 18cm Depth 22cm

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The Designer

Robert Sonneman

For more than four decades, New York City-based Robert Sonneman has been at the forefront of modern lighting. In 1967 he launched his own lighting company under the Sonneman brand, which in 2003 became Sonneman – A way of light. Renowned for clean lines and innovative approaches, Sonneman’s sleek, award-winning fixtures have become contemporary classics and have been displayed by the Museum of Modern Art, Chicago Art Institute, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, UCLA Exhibition on Design, Karnette County Art Museum, and the Houston Contemporary Arts Museum.