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Jaima Pendant Light
Marset & Joan Gaspar
Select a Jaima
Jaima 43: Blue: $1,105
Jaima 43: Beige: $1,105
Jaima 43: Grey: $1,105
Jaima 43: Green: $1,105
Jaima 54: Blue: $1,285
Jaima 54: Beige: $1,285
Jaima 54: Grey: $1,285
Jaima 54: Green: $1,285
Jaima 71: Blue: $1,570
Jaima 71: Beige: $1,570
Jaima 71: Grey: $1,570
Jaima 71: Green: $1,570
Jaima 43 IP65: Blue: $1,630
Jaima 43 IP65: Beige: $1,630
Jaima 43 IP65: Grey: $1,630
Jaima 43 IP65: Green: $1,630
Jaima 54 IP65: Blue: $1,831
Jaima 54 IP65: Beige: $1,831
Jaima 54 IP65: Grey: $1,831
Jaima 54 IP65: Green: $1,831
Jaima 71 IP65: Blue: $2,144
Jaima 71 IP65: Beige: $2,144
Jaima 71 IP65: Grey: $2,144
Jaima 71 IP65: Green: $2,144
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Filtering the light for a magical effect, this pendant takes its name from the tents of North Africa's Bedouin tribe. Jaima's shade is made from a flexible textilene fabric that Barcelona-based designer Joan Gaspar fashions into a peaked cylinder that surrounds the LED light source. Lining the shade with a pure-white inner surface serves to reflect and enhance the downward facing illumination.

  • Jaima 43: 19.75" h x 17" dia (50.1x43.1cm)
  • Jaima 54: 24.75" h x 21.25" dia (62.8x53.9cm)
  • Jaima 71: 32.25" h x 28" dia (81.9x71.1cm)
  • Canopy: 4.25" h x 4.25" dia (10.7x10.7cm)
  • Cable length: 78.75" (200cm) max
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
  • Bulb included
  • Textilene, stainless steel
  • Branded box
  • Bulb: E26 LED globe 22W


“Marset is more than lamps: We take care of light in its different nuances and effects, to create atmospheres with character, helping to improve people’s quality of life,” declares the Barcelona-based company. Marset’s dual preoccupation with both crisp contemporary design and the more elusive ambiance of lighting has firmly fixed the firm on the design world’s cutting-edge radar. A series of attention-grabbing and innovative fixtures account for the recent revitalization of the brand, though Marset has actually been around since the 1940s.

A family business, Marset was originally a foundry, not a lighting company. It segued into lighting design when Francisco Marset formally established Marset Illuminacion in 1965. Decades devoted to metalwork easily translated to the contemporary lighting industry, with a dexterity of materials available to create unexpected, atmospheric lighting effects. Not to mention the influence of its Barcelona home, a city renowned for architecture, design and visual inspiration.