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Black Ceramic sconce | Sconces by Asmaa Aman Tran. Item made of ceramic works with boho & contemporary style
Black Ceramic sconce | Sconces by Asmaa Aman Tran. Item made of ceramic works with boho & contemporary style
Black Ceramic sconce | Sconces by Asmaa Aman Tran. Item made of ceramic works with boho & contemporary style
Black Ceramic sconce | Sconces by Asmaa Aman Tran. Item made of ceramic works with boho & contemporary style
Black Ceramic sconce | Sconces by Asmaa Aman Tran. Item made of ceramic works with boho & contemporary style
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Black Ceramic sconce | Sconces by Asmaa Aman Tran. Item made of ceramic works with boho & contemporary style

Created and Sold by Asmaa Aman Tran

Asmaa Aman Tran

Black Ceramic sconce

Price $525

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Creation: 4-6 weeks
Shipping: UPS 3-6 days
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Estimated Arrival: April 12, 2024

Handmade

Woman Owned

Sustainable

Made To Order

Natural Materials

Handbuilt ceramic wall sconce with draped/folded black stoneware clay, reminiscent of the natural world and universe.
Meticulously crafted by the artist, The nature of the technique used to shape the clay adds a touch of uniqueness to each piece.
The sconce features a distinctive design with draped clay, evoking the graceful flow and organic movement found in nature. The clay is delicately shaped and manipulated, creating an elegant and fluid aesthetic.

Drawing inspiration from the natural world, the sconce captures the essence of organic forms. The draped clay resembles the soft, flowing lines of leaves or the gentle curves of natural landscapes, bringing a sense of tranquility and connection to nature.

The sconce provides ambient illumination, casting a warm and inviting glow. The draped clay not only serves as an aesthetic element but also contributes to the play of light and shadow, adding depth and intrigue to the surrounding space.
Functioning as both a lighting fixture and sculptural wall art, this ceramic sconce becomes a focal point in any room. The draped clay design adds a three-dimensional quality, turning the sconce into a captivating piece of functional art.

The wall sconce comes with a porcelain semiflush E26 lightbulb socket (125 Volts
-660 watts-hardwired) lightbulb not included. As well as a hanging guide.

Measuring 13" X 11"
Anticipate a delivery time of 5-6 weeks for MADE TO ORDER items. Variations may occur in the handmade production process, leading to final products that could differ slightly from the images or listed dimensions. The balance between uniformity and individuality is a fundamental element of our fabrication process.

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Item Black Ceramic sconce
Created by Asmaa Aman Tran
As seen in Private Residence, Stoughton, MA
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Asmaa Aman Tran
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2023
When I’m working on a piece, I let my intuition drive my creative process. “

Asmaa Aman Tran is a self taught artist in Massachusetts, working with clay and fiber as her primary materials. She begun her ceramics and weaving journey in 2016 and since developed her practice independently.
Through her multi medium knowledge, she was able to explore traditional and contemporary techniques that shape what is her art today. The premise of Asmaa’s creative journey is an exploration and reflection of her visual memory of objects, nature and symbols that hold a deep meaning and reflect connection, femininity, fluidity and everything in between. Influenced by both the wabi-sabi’s cherished imperfection in objects and the cultural heritage of Morocco, where she was born and raised. “ I like to explore old age techniques and interpret them in a modern way, stepping away from factory perfect production. “
Her ceramics, which evoke everything from old moroccan doors to native moroccan body tattoos, combine a multitude of unique and exciting design elements, creating a cohesive body of work.
Her trademark design seen in her recent work features draped interactive ceramic chains adorning walls by themselves or attached to objects such as as candle holders or face vases. The repetitive process allows creation to slow down, bringing intention as well as intuition to every level of the design process.