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Hive table lamp diffuser in layered and blown opal glass and body in glazed ceramic 30W E27

€550.00
€495.00 Save 10%
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Art Deco purity in shapes. The charm of ancient Japanese ceramics in the pattern that wraps around the body of the lamp. The freedom to mix styles and suggestions to create a unique object and the third fire technique to create the precious decoration in pure gold. A light and delicate design, made thanks to multiple firings of the ceramic.

KDLN

KU-K390325B-BI
Color : White
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Table Lamp. Diffuser in layered and blown opal glass. Body in glazed ceramic decorated with the "third fire" technique.

Available in colors: White, Black and Red .

SOURCE : 1x30W max E27.

KU-K390325B-BI

Data sheet

Designer
Ini Archibong
Dimensions
Ø 25 cm - H 47 cm
materials
Ceramic and Glass
Enclosed light bulb
No
Number Light bulb
1
Fitting
E27
Dimmerable
No
Available with dimmer
No
Max power
30W

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