• AJ Oxford table lamp, Arne jacobsen, Louis poulsen
  • AJ Oxford table lamp, Arne jacobsen, Louis poulsen
  • AJ Oxford table lamp, Arne jacobsen, Louis poulsen
  • AJ Oxford table lamp, Arne jacobsen, Louis poulsen
  • AJ Oxford table lamp, Arne jacobsen, Louis poulsen
  • AJ Oxford table lamp, Arne jacobsen, Louis poulsen
  • AJ Oxford table lamp, Arne jacobsen, Louis poulsen
  • AJ Oxford table lamp, Arne jacobsen, Louis poulsen
  • AJ Oxford table lamp, Arne jacobsen, Louis poulsen
  • AJ Oxford table lamp, Arne jacobsen, Louis poulsen
  • AJ Oxford table lamp, Arne jacobsen, Louis poulsen
  • AJ Oxford table lamp, Arne jacobsen, Louis poulsen
  • AJ Oxford table lamp, Arne jacobsen, Louis poulsen

AJ Oxford table lamp

AJ Oxford Table lamp by Arne Jacobsen for Louis Poulsen.

The AJ Oxford was inaugurated in 1963 by the renowned Danish architect Arne Jacobsen for St Catherine's College in Oxford, a building Jacobsen designed himself in a modernist architectural style.

Initially designed as a table pin lamp for the institute's dining hall, which seated 350 people on long rows of oak tables, the light can still be found at St Catherine's College today.

The silhouette of the sleek, graphic light reflects the college's architecture. It is available in two shades; metal black/opal glass or opal glass, two heights, and a pin base for the tall version.

The metal black/opal glass emits a pleasant downward-directed light, softly illuminating the surface below through the three-layered mouth-blown opal glass, whilst the opal glass shade delivers an additional glow that creates a halo around the fixture.

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AJ Oxford Table lamp by Arne Jacobsen for Louis Poulsen.

The AJ Oxford was inaugurated in 1963 by the renowned Danish architect Arne Jacobsen for St Catherine's College in Oxford, a building Jacobsen designed himself in a modernist architectural style.

Initially designed as a table pin lamp for the institute's dining hall, which seated 350 people on long rows of oak tables, the light can still be found at St Catherine's College today.

The silhouette of the sleek, graphic light reflects the college's architecture. It is available in two shades; metal black/opal glass or opal glass, two heights, and a pin base for the tall version.

The metal black/opal glass emits a pleasant downward-directed light, softly illuminating the surface below through the three-layered mouth-blown opal glass, whilst the opal glass shade delivers an additional glow that creates a halo around the fixture.

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Shade: 22cm

Base mount: 18.5dia

Small: 22dia x 28.4cmh

Large (base mount): 22dia x 413cmh

Large (pin mount): 22dia x 410cmh

Cable: 220cm

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Made from a black wet-painted steel stem and a shade in a triple-layered mouth-blown opal glass, with the union nut and finger screw made from untreated brass with fine clockwise hairlines. (Please note the untreated brass will patinate).

Only the large opal glass light is available with a pin mount.

The pin mounting is made from aluminium.

Complete with black textile cord.

Features an on/off switch on the socket house.

Light source (not included): 1x E14 20W IP20.

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