Ion Lamp C-Series

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This season, we put a colorful spin on our best-selling Ion lamp. A nod to Thomas Edison's greatest invention, the Ion's candle-like, diffuse light warms intimate spaces. Learn about the story behind our new Ion C-Series and watch our factory create these candy-inspired lamps in our latest video.

Like the rest of our lighting collection, each of these lamps is hand-finished in our Portland, Oregon factory. We apply colorful matte paint and a Russian birch plywood base to each handspun steel fixture, and a sturdy toggle switch and durable twisted cloth cord add the finishing touches to this iconic design. The Ion C-Series is available in five colorways: marine blue, butter yellow, campfire red, powder blue, and grass green.

The Ion is available in a brass box set, black or white porcelain with a variety of cord options, and, of course, the 5 colorful options shown in our Ion C-Series video.

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