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Wonky Marianne Amber Glass Lamp Base

Regular price
£ 30.00
Regular price
£ 175.00
Sale price
£ 30.00
Tax included.

These gorgeous lamp bases were just not quite the right size or shape for our recent EJP collection. They come unwired leaving you to get creative with how you use them! Would make a lovely vase or water carafe.

This item is non-refundable

Large table lamp base in amber recycled glass

You shouldn't have favourites, but this is EJP's favourite piece from her capsule collection. The gorgeous handblown recycled glass lamp base is made in a workshop just outside Yangon. They are made from recycled glass bottles, and each has ripples and bubbles making it different from the next. It was designed to work with our Anita Lampshade but will work beautifully with a linen drum lampshade.

Materials

Made from recycled glass and handblown in Burma. Brass fittings and three core braided linen flex included.

Takes a standard B22 bayonet light bulb (not provided)

Sold without lampshade, but you can buy the one in the photograph. Or pair with any E27 Base Gimbal lampshade, approx. 40cm diameter, or a lampshade with a Slip UNO fitting. Wired with a standard 13A plug.

Dimensions

Diameter 14cm
Height without fitting 40cm
Height including fitting 48cm

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Returns

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Meet the Makers

An average family in Burma is made up of four people. 38% are farming families and live off less than $300 a month.

However, adequate nutrition, healthcare and education for four costs around $750. Our mission is to close this gap through consistent orders. 

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