&Tradition Copenhagen Table Lamp
  • &Tradition Copenhagen Table Lamp
  • &Tradition Copenhagen Table Lamp
  • &Tradition Copenhagen Table Lamp
  • &Tradition Copenhagen Table Lamp

&Tradition Copenhagen Table Lamp SC13

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Whether you want to focus on work or on life, the Copenhagen table lamp will inspire you. With its opal glass to shed light on the subject, in tandem with an oxidised brass stem and base. Add to that a new dimmer feature, and you can adjust the light from cold to warm and back.

The opal glass shade exudes a soft ambient light, boasting a new dimmer that lets you to adjust the light from a colder whiter light for daytime to a warmer white light at night time for a calmer effect.

The technology reflects the latest Nobel laureate findings on synchronising our inner clock to the different phases of the day for a better sense of wellbeing.

A customised, built-in LED module ensures energy efficiency. The Copenhagen table lamp is a welcome addition to any table, perfect for thinking, dreaming or just conversing.


Mouth-blown glass and bronzed brass.

Voltage 100-240V – 50HZ With wall adapter output: 12V-1000mA Light source perfomance & quality CRI: +85 Colour temperature: Dim-to-warm technology 2200-2800K Light output: 700 lumen Lumen/watt: 88 lumen
Dimmability The light intensity can be controlled by the dimmer knob on the base of the lamp Light source & energy efficiency class 8 Watt LED.
The luminarie is energy class: A+ Approximate LED life-time 50.000 hours Cord length 350cm/137.8in
Certifications CE, IP20, Class II

Kindly note that this product is CE-approved only and should only be used in countries that follow and accept this standard. If it is used elsewhere it will be at the customer's sole risk, responsibility and liability.
Size Description

Ø: 33cm/13in
Base: Ø: 17.5cm/6.9in
H: 42cm/16.5in

  • Samuel Wilkinson

    Samuel Wilkinson graduated in furniture and related product design at Ravensboure College of Art & Design in 2002. While at Ravensbourne Wilkinson won several design awards, including the RSA award and D&AD New Blood. He went straight into employment working for leading consultancies such as Tangerine, Fitch:London, PearsonLloyd, and Conran. During these years he worked on various award winning projects for leading clients such as British Airways, Audi, LG, Samsung, and Virgin Airways.
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