Harold Meachum’s table lamp from the Iron Fist film set

Harold Meachum’s table lamp from the Iron Fist film set

In Iron Fist, the fourth in the live action Marvel Netflix series, the film set of Harold Meachum’s Manhattan lair is beautiful and extravagant. Reminiscent of a cathedral with high arches and stone walls, the set design comprises a central lounge area, a private office/library to one side and a raised dining area. Large, well lit paintings including a Rembrandt painting stolen in real life from the Cooper Museum in Boston (so that’s where it went!), a glass-encased indoor plant atrium and the bronze-based table lamps all caught our eye.

Harold Meachum film set apartment  Iron Fist table lamp.

Harold Meachum’s apartment in Marvel Netflix Iron Fist. Production Designer: Loren Weeks. Art Director: Toni Barton. Set Decorator: Stephanie Bowen.

Harold Meachum's table lamp from the Iron Fist film set

Harold Meachum’s apartment in Marvel Netflix Iron Fist. Production Designer: Loren Weeks. Art Director: Toni Barton. Set Decorator: Stephanie Bowen.

Father of Joy Meachum and (in this version) Ward Meachum, a sinister businessman and foe of Iron Fist, Harold Meachum exercises control over others from this lair. As with many noteable villains, he displays a very specific architectural and interior design taste. Given that he doesn’t venture out, it is a nest of comfort and sophistication where he can hide away and weave webs of deceit. As with the rest of this Marvel series, Production Designer Loren Weeks, Art Director Toni Barton and Set Decorator Stephanie Bowen have created a clever film set which gives us many visual clues.

Harold Meachum's table lamp from the Iron Fist film set

Harold Meachum’s table lamp from the Iron Fist film set

The lamp seen next to Meachum (David Wenham) above is a Visual Comfort Dixon Tall Table Lamp in hand rubbed antique bronze and brass with dark bronze shade. He has several of these eye catching and sophisticated lights in his apartment and what’s more with the film crew’s help, we have been able to source them for you.

Harold Meachum's table lamp from Iron Fist: The Dixon Tall Table Lamp

Harold Meachum’s table lamp from Iron Fist: The Dixon Tall Table Lamp

The Dixon lamp is designed by influential New York designer and home furnishings merchant Thomas O’Brien and comes in two sizes.

To buy in UK and Europe

The lamp is available to buy in the UK and Europe via Film and Furniture.
Simply email hello@filmandfurniture.co.uk and we’ll put you in contact with our supplier.

The large size (as seen in the Iron Fist film set) is: Height 77.5cm, width 45.8cm, base 19.7cm x 24.2cm
Price £875 (inc VAT) plus delivery at approx £30 (+VAT) to UK
(Contact us to ask about shipping outside of UK)

The table lamp is also available in a smaller size: Height 53.4cm, width 33.7cm, base 11.5cm x 17.2cm
Price £ 675 (inc VAT) plus delivery at approx £25 (+VAT) to UK.
(Contact us to ask about shipping outside of UK)

Delivery = 12 weeks and well worth waiting for.
Email hello@filmandfurniture.co.uk to buy.

To buy in USA and Canada

In USA and Canada the lamp can be bought at approx $894.50 via Homeclick.com using the link below

Free shipping on orders over $99 at HomeClick.com

Harold Meachum's table lamp from the Iron Fist film set

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Paula Benson

Film and Furniture founder / Co-Creative Director at Form. Passionate about interiors, design, art, film, music and mind over matter.

Posted in: Feature on April 28, 2017
Film Title: Iron Fist
Film Year: 2017
Set Designer: Loren Weeks Toni Barton Stephanie Bowen Alison Froling
Object Type: light lamp
Object Sub-type: Dixon table lamp
Object Colour: bronze black gold
Object Designer: Thomas O'Brien
Object Shop: Film and Furniture
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2 Comments

  1. JC

    Is this set an actual place, or a fully designed set?

  2. Paula Benson

    Hi Jennifer. It’s a bespoke film set.

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