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Lineage Lamp | Table Lamp in Lamps by Rory Pots. Item composed of fabric & brass compatible with minimalism and mid century modern style
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Created and Sold by Rory Pots

Rory Pots

Lineage Lamp

Price $350

Creation: 8-10 weeks
Shipping: USPS 3-7 days
Estimated Arrival: August 12, 2024


Woman Owned

Made In USA

Made To Order

Natural Materials

11.25H x 4.5W in
28.57H x 11.43W cm

Materials: Brass, stoneware clay, cloth cord, plastic line switch

Dimensions: 11.25” H x 4.5” W, 9’ cord

Socket Type: E26 standard, 25w bulb included

Made to order: Due to high demand and an influx of orders we are currently at a 8-10 week lead time for MADE TO ORDER items. If you are ordering on a tight timeline, please keep this in mind and allow sufficient time between ordering and your project or design needs.

Each piece is wheel thrown to order and will have small differences from what is pictured. Professionally wired for immediate and safe use in your home.

UL-listing available upon request for an additional fee.


Not sure these measurements will work? Everything is customizable. Send us an email at and we’ll get started on custom adjustments!


Rory Pots ships Nationwide. Local Pickup available upon checkout. The cost of shipping is not included in the purchase price. This will ship via USPS Shipping to be Calculated at Checkout. This piece is Made to Order. Lead time is 8-10 weeks.

Item Lineage Lamp
Created by Rory Pots
As seen in Creator's Studio, Burlington, VT
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Rory Pots
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2020
Small batch ceramics inspired by, and made for, the human experience.

Rory Shamlian is a ceramic artist and lighting expert based in Burlington, Vermont. At Rory Pots, she designs and creates hand-made functional and sculpture ceramic forms for the home including lighting pieces, kitchenware, and design objects. Her relationship with ceramics began as a source of grounding during the deep winters of Vermont and quickly became an all-consuming study of design and craft. Rory's work is influenced by experiences we each hold as humans - the connection, the fatigue, the desire - through contemporary interpretations of the bygone eras of design.