The Ion Table and Desk Lamp Takes Inspiration From Thomas Edison

By: Sarah St.Jules - Published: Sep 6, 2013 • References: schoolhouseelectric & fancy
The Ion Table and Desk Lamp has taken inspiration from one of the most well-known inventors of all time, Thomas Edison. Edison has been cited with creating some of the most used inventions ever. His most popular piece was, of course, the lightbulb. Without his genius, we may all still be living in the dark.

This lamp was designed to replicate sketches of lighting that was found composed by Edison. It is a simple light, with a plastic base and an intertwined rope chord. It has an on and off switch on the base giving it a distinct old-world feel.

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