Designed by Verner Panton in 1960 and today manufactured by Verpan, Onion pendant is a charming example of Danish lighting design of the 1960s. The onion-shaped lamp is made of nested steel lamellae that reflect soft, white light. Onion is both fun and classically stylish design icon that catches the eye for instance above the dining table either individually or in clusters.
The Onion lamp (in the seventies the lamp was known under the name YAMAGIWA) is in form reminiscent of the cross section of an onion and consists of a large number of metal strips. These hide the light source and at the same time act as reflectors.
We have two matching vintage pendents in stock in excellent condition. Rewired with strengthened electrical cable for the weight and comes with a chrome
half-sphere ceiling rose. Approx 2m of black cable.