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The Taccia lamp is a remarkable piece of design from 1962 – and it’s still in production today – at a price.
It was designed, by the Castiglioni brothers for Flos in 1962 as a functionable/adjustable table lamp for the modern home. The base is a fluted column of aluminium, topped with a clear glass shade with an aluminium reflector, which can be rotated to direct the light.
Not small (as you can see form the second image), but if you have the space for it, you can pick one up for £970, with a choice of silver or blackened aluminium base.