This funky lamp is from 1991, but Richard Zawitz introduced his signature tangle sculptures in the 1980s. Fun, whimsical, endlessly changeable--it's both a desk lamp and a desk sculpture. It has a dual switch: dim & bright, and takes a 12 volt 8 amp bulb, which is readily available.
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This is an original artist's print, signed and numbered by Wesley Yamaka himself, still in the framing from the 1970's. A lovely piece, it features... View full product details
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