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Nina Lamp

Biscuit | CLB48

Features

The Nina lamp comes as an extension of the Shido lamp. The design of both lamps developed in an entirely organic way, starting off as a ball of clay that was then pummelled by hand into its rounded and textured shape. Following the celebration of simplicity and imperfection in the Wabi-Sabi tradition, the hand-sculpted surface of the Nina has a tactile, dimpled texture. The Nina is unique from the Shida in its decorative aesthetic. Resembling dancing figures in an abstract pattern, the hand-painted finish of the Nina lamp is elegant and playful.

Details

  • Height
    255mm / 14"
  • Height with shade
    600mm / 23 1/2"
  • Width
    370mm / 14 1/2"
  • Width with shade
    406mm / 16"
  • Depth
    335mm / 13 1/4"
  • Finishes
    Biscuit / Dulse / Irish Moss

    Custom finishes available
  • Constructed from
    Glazed ceramic
  • Net weight
    3.9kg / 8 1/2 lb
  • Lampshade
    16” Tall Cylinder
    16” x 16” x 11 3/4”
    406mm x 406mm x 299mm
  • Max wattage
    100W
  • Lamp
    1 x ES (E27) GLS bulb
  • Voltage
    220-240 V
  • Flex and switch
    Braided fabric flex in light grey with white 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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