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Calonge Table Lamp | Lamps by niho Ceramics. Item made of stoneware works with contemporary & coastal style
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Calonge Table Lamp | Lamps by niho Ceramics. Item made of stoneware works with contemporary & coastal style
Calonge Table Lamp | Lamps by niho Ceramics. Item made of stoneware works with contemporary & coastal style
Calonge Table Lamp | Lamps by niho Ceramics. Item made of stoneware works with contemporary & coastal style
Calonge Table Lamp | Lamps by niho Ceramics. Item made of stoneware works with contemporary & coastal style

Created and Sold by niho Ceramics

niho Ceramics

Calonge Table Lamp

Price $489

Creation: 1-2 weeks
Shipping: DHL 10-15 days
Estimated Arrival: August 21, 2024

Handmade

Woman Owned

Sustainable

Made To Order

Natural Materials

DimensionsWeight
15.75H x 11.02W x 3.54D in
40H x 28W x 9D cm
3 kg
6.61 lb

I meticulously handcrafted this unique lamp base, shaping it with precision from grogged stoneware clay. Opting to forego glazing, I aimed to accentuate the inherent texture and color of the clay, allowing its natural beauty to shine through with an exquisite look and tactile feel. After a 48-hour firing process in the pottery kiln, reaching temperatures of up to 1240 degrees Celsius, the lamp base attains exceptional durability. The European E27-sized lamp fitting accommodates both E27 and E26 light bulbs. IMPORTANT: Please note that the lamp comes without lamp shade. The lamp shade pictured measures 33cm in diameter and 23cm in height.

Item Calonge Table Lamp
Created by niho Ceramics
As seen in Creator's Studio, Barcelona, 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.