Lucellino Table is the table version of the winged bulb that Ingo Maurer designed in 1992 and which is now considered a design icon. Lucellino is a play on words, a combination of the Italian words "uccellino" (little bird) and "luce" (light).
The handmade set of goose-feather wings sits directly on the E27 base. The matt bulb is operated with a secondary voltage of 24 volts. The 24-volt bulbs with standard sockets were used in trains up until the 1990s, but now these special bulbs are manufactured exclusively for Ingo Maurer GmbH and can only be used in models from the Lucellino family. The red cable is soldered onto the bulb. Supplied with one replacement bulb. Not suitable for rooms with a high level of humidity.
Cable length: 350 cm Color rendering: 100 Ra Dimmability: Continuously dimmable Light color: 2700 K Light source: With halogen bulb Luminous flux: 600 lm Materials: Hand-made wings from goose feathers, glass, plastic Power output: 35 W Primary voltage: 190 - 250 V Secondary voltage: 24 V Socket: Socket E27, special holder Switch: With slide control Transformer: Electronic transformer