This groovy desk lamp puts you in control of positioning the light as you need it. That was a giant design break-through in 1970, when Isao Hosoe envisioned the idea and called it Hebi, which is “snake” in Japanese. This one, while not his exact design, was made in homage not long after. Nice vintage condition, no dents or chips in the paint, but it shows a bit of wear. Uses an intermediate base bulb.
Two available, green and black.
16" H adjustable, shroud is 4.75" diameter
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