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Amphora Lamp - Grey | Table Lamp in Lamps by niho Ceramics. Item made of stoneware works with modern style
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Amphora Lamp - Grey | Table Lamp in Lamps by niho Ceramics. Item made of stoneware works with modern style
Amphora Lamp - Grey | Table Lamp in Lamps by niho Ceramics. Item made of stoneware works with modern style
Amphora Lamp - Grey | Table Lamp in Lamps by niho Ceramics. Item made of stoneware works with modern style
Amphora Lamp - Grey | Table Lamp in Lamps by niho Ceramics. Item made of stoneware works with modern style

Created and Sold by niho Ceramics

niho Ceramics

Amphora Lamp - Grey

Price $369 - Sale 13% off

Price $425 Original Retail

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Shipping: DHL 10-15 days
Estimated Arrival: August 3, 2024

Handmade

Woman Owned

Sustainable

Made To Order

Natural Materials

DimensionsWeight
13.78H x 8.27W x 8.27D in
35H x 21W x 21D cm
1.5 kg
3.31 lb

I made this lamp on the pottery wheel out of white stoneware clay and then altered the shape using hand building techniques. The finish is a grey lava glaze that I created myself. It has got a bumpy texture with some bubbles which complements the organic shape and gives it a grungy look. The lamp works fantastically on a side board or a night table. The lamp is 40 cm high and has got a diameter of 27 cm. The lamp base is 26 cm high and 17 cm wide. It comes without light bulb (E14 fixture)


- Width: 21 cm.
- Height: 35 cm.
- Depth: 21 cm.
- Weight: 1500 g.

Item Amphora Lamp - Grey
Created by niho Ceramics
As seen in Creator's Studio, Sitges, Spain
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Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2021
Handmade functional tableware and funky sculptural ceramics

Inspired by the waves of the ocean and the textures of the coastline, I throw my pieces on the pottery wheel and then alter them using hand building techniques. I like to experiment with shapes and I develop my own glazes. Opening the kiln after the firing is always thrilling because only then you know if your idea worked out.