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Ellis Lamp

Tree Bark | CLB50


Unique in its ability to resemble both an ancient artefact and a contemporary piece of ceramic sculpture, the Ellis lamp is decorative and characterful. The striking design of the Ellis lamp is matched by a range of finishes including Tree Bark, Tortoise Shell, Sulphur, Prehnite and Reactive Moss. The glazes used are all locally sourced, as is the clay, which is recycled and reused throughout the making process.


  • Height
    415mm / 16 1/4"
  • Height with shade
    675mm / 26 1/2"
  • Width
    195mm / 7 3/4"
  • Width with shade
    356mm / 15"
  • Depth
    195mm / 7 3/4"
  • Finishes
    Prehnite / Reactive Moss / Sulphur / Tortoise Shell / Tree Bark
  • Constructed from
    Glazed ceramic
  • Net weight
    2.7kg / 6lb
  • Lampshade
    13” Bongo
    13” x 11” x 11 1/2”
    330mm x 279mm x 292mm
  • Max Wattage
  • Lamp
    1 x ES (E27) GLS 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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