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  • Cestita table lamp, 1962, Miguel mila, Santa and cole
  • Cestita table lamp, 1962, Miguel mila, Santa and cole
  • Cestita table lamp, 1962, Miguel mila, Santa and cole

Cestita table lamp, 1962

Cestita table lamp by Miguel Mila for Santa + Cole.

The little sister of Miguel Milá’s famous Cesta lamp, both designed over fifty years ago. The range also includes the larger Cesta table lamp and two versions with metal structure - Cesta Metalica and Cestita Metalica table lamps. See the 'Product range' below.

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Cestita table lamp by Miguel Mila for Santa + Cole.

The little sister of Miguel Milá’s famous Cesta lamp, both designed over fifty years ago. The range also includes the larger Cesta table lamp and two versions with metal structure - Cesta Metalica and Cestita Metalica table lamps. See the 'Product range' below.

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22dia x 29/36cmh

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The Cestita table lamp is made from cherry pine wood structure and comes with either white opal plastic lampshade or white opal glass lampshade. .

Recommended E27 bulbs (not included):

6w LED / 11W CFL / Max. 40W incandescent.
Max. bulb height - 10.5cmh.

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Founded by Gabriel Ordeig Cole and Nina Masó in 1985, Santa & Cole has lived for industrial design, an art consisting of focusing on everyday objects in order to seek a better user experience, leading to reflection upon material culture.

Founded by Gabriel Ordeig Cole and Nina Masó in 1985, Santa & Cole has lived for industrial design, an art consisting of focusing on everyday objects in order to seek a better user experience, leading to reflection upon material culture.

Santa and Cole edit elements of domestic and urban furniture and lighting, plant elements, and books. A range converging upon a single concern: not to accumulate, but rather to select; not to enjoy quantity, but rather quality.

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