TR12 Pendant, Coated paper, White, 22 x 19 cm

Tom Rossau

SKU: 551

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The TR12 has a very classic look, with a soft, rounded profile.

The TR12 has a very classic look, with a soft, rounded profile. As a pendant, the TR12 beautifully complements the dining table in a single, larger size, or in a row in their smaller form. The TR12 is also ideal for high placement and looks magnificent when hanging in clusters.

The materials of the shade have different expressions and degrees of illumination. The white shade provides an even, general light in a pleasant white tone, whereas the birch veneer’s effect is warm, for a more mellow atmosphere.

  • Uses 1 x light bulb with E27 socket

The TR12 also comes as a table model.

INCLUDED IN THE BOX
  • 3-meter fabric cable
  • Canopy with metal hook
  • Terminal block
  • 1 x E27 LED Light Bulb

Maintenance

Coated Paper
For cleaning lamps in coated Japanese paper, we recommend using a dry dusting brush. However, the coating of the paper allows you to remove stains or dirt with a hard-wrung cloth, as long as you do not touch the edges of the lamellae. The edges are cut and thus devoid of coating.

The TR12 has a very classic look, with a soft, rounded profile.

The TR12 has a very classic look, with a soft, rounded profile. As a pendant, the TR12 beautifully complements the dining table in a single, larger size, or in a row in their smaller form. The TR12 is also ideal for high placement and looks magnificent when hanging in clusters.

The materials of the shade have different expressions and degrees of illumination. The white shade provides an even, general light in a pleasant white tone, whereas the birch veneer’s effect is warm, for a more mellow atmosphere.

  • Uses 1 x light bulb with E27 socket

The TR12 also comes as a table model.

INCLUDED IN THE BOX
  • 3-meter fabric cable
  • Canopy with metal hook
  • Terminal block
  • 1 x E27 LED Light Bulb

Maintenance

Coated Paper
For cleaning lamps in coated Japanese paper, we recommend using a dry dusting brush. However, the coating of the paper allows you to remove stains or dirt with a hard-wrung cloth, as long as you do not touch the edges of the lamellae. The edges are cut and thus devoid of coating.