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Tip of the Tongue Table Lamp

Tip of the Tongue Table Lamp

The Tip of the Tongue table lamp designed by Michael Anastassiades is a simple opaline sphere delicately balanced

Tip of the Tongue Table Lamp

The Tip of the Tongue table lamp designed by Michael Anastassiades is a simple opaline sphere delicately balanced

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Michael Anastassiades' Tip of the Tongue light features a mouth-blown opaline glass sphere balanced on the edge of a cylindrical brass base.


Designed in 2013, the Tip of the Tongue Table Lamp is an example of Anastassiades' longstanding fascination with balance and economy of form. The light is available with a polished brass or polished nickel-plated brass base with a diameter of 12cm and comes supplied with a black braided flex and inline switch.

Recommended light source: Max 40W frosted G9 halogen bulb.

  • W.20.7 x H.30 cm.
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Michael Anastassiades creates objects that are minimal, utilitarian and almost mundane, yet full of vitality one might not expect.

Michael Anastassiades trained as a civil engineer at Imperial College before studying Industrial Design at the Royal College of Art. As a consequence, his work often sits at the intersection between Art and Science. 

As well as producing designs for his eponymous brand, Anastassiades has worked with Flos, Lobmeyr and Herman Miller amongst others to produce products for their collections. His work also features in the permanent collections of several organisations including the Victoria & Albert Museum, The Crafts Council of Great Britain and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. ..

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