A design that could have come out of an episode of Space 1999 or indeed, a futuristic design exhibition from the late 1960s. But the Moon Chair by Mike To for Made.com is actually a new design, available to order online right now.
We have featured one of these in the past, but if you missed out on that 1970s Crayonne Moon table lamp for Habitat, there's another one there now with a low starting price.
As we mentioned before, Crayonne was a Habitat brand in the 1970s, with this lamp being sold in the early to mid-70s in the design store. I stands just over 21cm tall, with the lamp a mix of yellow plastic and chrome.
According to seller, the yellow plastic is 'crazed', but is listed as a design fault rather than more recent damage. It's also been checked and a new plug added. Right now, it's at £4.99.
It's not quite a Verner Panton Moon light, but this Pine Moon light isn't a million miles away.
Pine is the material here, with the lampshade made of eight concentric pine laminates circles held by two vertical rods, a pine one at the bottom and another housing the bulb casing at the top. All can be adjusted for different lighting effects.
It is said to be in decent order, with a few age marks and is currently offered for a fraction of the price of Panton reissue. How much? Just 99 pence as I type.