Let there be light from beneath with the rare $80,000 Table Lamp

Some art forms are difficult to explain, but that doesn’t mean there are less alluring or creative, or aspiring. Perhaps this is exactly what makes the designs selected by MOMA – that’s The Museum of Modern Art, for those not in the know — so special. Not only are these designs rare, as only a few odd pieces are made, but also exquisite in their presentation, just like the lamp in the picture here. Called the T-1-B table lamp and designed by Joseph Burnett for Heifetz, its winning streak is the stunning foreplay of painted steel, brass & paper/foil shade. Priced at an awesome $80,000, this one of its kind design lightings leaves your guests in raptures, even when it’s switched off! Little wonder, it’s got its own dedicated Facebook page, too, just like MOMA!

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Talk about artistic outreach!