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Etta Pendant Shade (Large) | Pendants by Hastshilp. Item in boho or minimalism style
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Etta Pendant Shade (Large) | Pendants by Hastshilp. Item in boho or minimalism style
Etta Pendant Shade (Large) | Pendants by Hastshilp. Item in boho or minimalism style
Etta Pendant Shade (Large) | Pendants by Hastshilp. Item in boho or minimalism style
Etta Pendant Shade (Large) | Pendants by Hastshilp. Item in boho or minimalism style

Created and Sold by Hastshilp

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Etta Pendant Shade (Large)

Bestseller

Price $370

Creation: 2-3 weeks
Shipping: UPS 5-7 days
Estimated Arrival: July 10, 2024

Handmade

Woman Owned

Sustainable

Made To Order

Natural Materials

DimensionsWeight
12.99H x 21.65W x 5.51D in
33H x 55W x 14D cm
2 kg
4.41 lb

Our Etta Scalloped Pendant has a scalloped edging and a decorative rattan chain attached that hangs from the ceiling. There is no fixture inside the lampshade, meaning it can work with any light fixture. The stained teak colour fits in effortlessly with almost any style of decor and adds a vintage feel. Available in two sizes; this is the larger of the two. Our Etta Scalloped Lampshade is ethically handwoven by our talented artisans in Northern India, and designed by us at our studio in the UK.

Shade Dimensions: Height 33 x Base 55 cm

Chain Length: 60cm

Materials & finishes: Rattan and brass in teak finish.

Bulb required: Low heat LED 40W max

Electrician required: Yes

Cord set: Not included

Bulb(s) : Not included

Ceiling rose : Not included

Item Etta Pendant Shade (Large)
Created by Hastshilp
As seen in Creator's Studio, London, United Kingdom
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Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2023
Ethically Handcrafted Rattan lighting and furniture, Designed in the UK.

Hastshilp is a small family run UK-based business, run by Aadil and Megan. Our bespoke designs are drawn by hand in our UK-based studio, and then sent over to our partner team in India to be brought to life. All our products are handmade in a small town in Northern India, where Aadil is originally from, by a family whose skills have been passed down through generations. Ethical and sustainable practices were important to us right from the beginning, as well as ensuring we were educated on the whole process, from sourcing to production and everything in between.

The concept of Hastshilp began when we weren’t able to find many options of rattan home decor pieces for sale in the UK, and almost none that were made in India. Due to a lack of demand and an increase in cheaper machine-made goods, cane craftsmanship is sadly becoming a dying art in India. After generations of hard work, many artisans have been left without a reliable income. We produce our items on a small scale with a steady production, ensuring our artisans will always have work.

We work with independent artisans who work from their own shops and homes. Ramesh works alongside his son and a team of other local artisans, skilfully handcrafting each item with the traditional process of cane craftsmanship. By working independently with us, Ramesh and his team are able to earn a more than fair wage of living, creating a secure life and future for their families. Keeping a slow but steady production ensures that our artisans will always have work and a stable income.

As each item is handmade, and due to the use of natural materials and the traditional process of working with cane, no two items will be exactly the same. Rather than hiding slight markings and darker spots which occur naturally, we choose to embrace them, and believe this is what makes our items so special and unique.

All our items are handmade from scratch, so naturally each item is unique and made to the highest quality – built to last for years and years (and years!). The process from field to home is a lengthy one that requires multiple steps and techniques, and some pieces can even take days to make. Naturally with beautiful handmade pieces like this, comes a higher cost. Investment pieces where the cost of purchase balances out the lifespan of our pieces and supports fair wages for the creation of each item.