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Auden Lamp

Moth | GLB83


Small, attention-grabbing and cute, the Auden lamp is formed of blown glass and Patinated Brass and is produced locally. Each Auden lamp has its own character, formed by the artistry of the glass blowing technique. The lamp’s dotted surface is both playful and decorative, resembling the paintings of Yayoi Kusama.

    Rod & Bolt

    Suitable for rodding and bolting (for use on yachts).


    External Wiring

    External wiring i.e. the flex exits from the lampholder.


  • Approximate height
    245mm / 9 3/4"
  • Approximate height with shade
    410mm / 16 1/4"
  • Width
    185mm / 7 1/4"
  • Width with shade
    254mm / 10"
  • Depth
    185 / 7 1/4"
  • Finishes
  • Constructed from
    Blown glass with patinated brass
  • Net weight
    7.4kg / 16 1/4 lb
  • Lampshade
    10” Bongo
    10” x 8” x 9”
    254mm 203mm x 229mm
  • Max wattage
  • Lamp
    ES (E27) Golf ball bulb
  • Voltage
    220-240 V
  • Flex and switch
    Twisted silk flex in brown with brown in-line switch

Autumn 20

No one will forget the lost summer of 2020 when it seemed that everything had stopped forever. No one could say what would happen to the design ideas that were incubating, the half-born prototypes, and when the excitement of bringing them to life would come.

But our artists and makers never really stop, and before long the forges and the furnaces were re-lit, the hammering and the sculpting started again along with the weaving and casting and modelling and painting. And there was an even greater energy focussed on producing a new series of pieces, balanced and curated and textured and coloured, and destined, as always, for the worlds most beautiful interiors.

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