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Introducing Our New Lamp Collection

The right lighting can transform even the most dull and dark rooms into warm and inviting ones. Our table lamps are designed to emit a soft, intimate light to create a cosy atmosphere as well as add visual interest. By experimenting with heights, shapes, textures and patterns, our table lamps are intended to be focal points in any room by drawing attention and adding character.

Introducing our Henstridge Table Lamp

The Heron - an elegant avian creature, can be distinct by its graceful long neck and beak. A siege is depicted in our Henstridge Lamp, creating a tranquil yet captivating scene - a symphony of long necks and graceful wings bridging the realms of the earth and sky. Including the shade, Henstridge stands at a height of 70 centimetres, creating a grand statement in any room. We recommend you display the Henstridge Lamp on its own on a side or console table.

Above: The painted base of our striking Henstridge table lamp which pictures a scene of herons flying amongst the clouds and crashing waves beneath.

Discover the curated collection

Each of our lamps is complete with a classic white cotton lampshade that creates a soft, elegant glow. As with all of our products, we've taken quality into consideration, each lamp also features a metal bulb holder and a black felt base (to stop the lamp from scratching your surfaces).


The Darlington

Blue and white pottery, with its timeless allure, has gracefully adapted and evolved across cultures and centuries. The style originated in the 14th century in China during the Yuan dynasty. Cobalt oxide, which produced a striking blue colour, was skilfully applied to create intricate patterns. It was 5 or 6 centuries later that the British produced their own versions of the Chinese art, and blue and white pottery quickly became popular in the 18th and 19th century. Today, we continue to explore blue and white pottery. From minimalist Scandinavian designs to Japanese motifs, the legacy lives on.

Above: The Darlington Table Lamp


Experimenting with texture and shape - Earthenware lamps

A textured and curvy base can introduce visual interest and break up monotony. Our vase shaped, Earthenware lamps have a time worn charm to them. When illuminated, the interplay of light and shadow on the vases contours creates a captivating visual effect. Our Earthenware lamps come with a beige or grey linen-cotton blend lampshade.


"Design is defined by light and shade, and appropriate lighting is enormously important." - Albert Hadley


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