Nelson Saucer Crisscross Bubble pendant lamp

George Nelson | Herman Miller


A mid-century classic, the Nelson Bubble Lamp was first designed by George Nelson in 1947 and was produced by Howard Miller starting in the early 1950s and ending in 1979.

Product Information
Reissued to the original specifications using the original Howard Miller tooling, these famous lamps are featured in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Lightweight and delicate in appearance, the Crisscross Saucer bubble lamp is notably structural. Subtle shadows accentuate the sturdy steel frame which gives the lamp its iconic 'crisscross' design.

Available in small and medium, these contemporary pendant lights cast a softly diffused glow ideal for modern homes.

Webbing polymer shade. Coated and brushed metal frame top and bottom ring. Cable with white PVC isolation. Brushed nickel ceiling plate.

Small: H 19   Dia 45 cm 
Medium: H 24   Dia 64 cm 

Technical Information
Recommended light sources: For Small -: LED E27 (A15) 5-8W, 500-800lm, 2700-3000K, Warm White.  For Medium - LED E27 (A19) 10-13W, 1000-1500lm, 2700K, Warm White.
Light source: Not included 
Switch: No
IP: 20 
Cord length: 183 cm
Supply: 220-240V
Ceiling Plate: Dia. 13.3 cm
See here for care instructions


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