Ceramic Table Lamps | Office Furniture

Ceramic lamp has been known since several decades ago and in line with the growth of ages, their shapes and styles have improved to meet the taste of most

Ceramic Lamp Collection from Stone and Sawyer - The New York Times

Ceramic Lamp Collection from Stone and Sawyer

I love these beautiful Mid-century design inspired lamps. Black walnut necks and bases, blackened brass, linen shades and cloth covered cords. Hand made in the Catskill Mountains of New York.

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This modern Ceramic Lamps created by T.Menozzi for Italian manufacture Mamati. Lamps from the collection have different shapes and sizes, but all of them looks stylish and elegant.

Earthenware lamp base by Atelier DaLo (France)—a collaboration of DAniel Derock and LOïc de Bailliencourt, Paris

earthenware lamp base Atelier DaLo a collaboration of DAniel Derock and LOïc de Bailliencourt Paris FRANCE

Table Luminaire by Muhammad Moussa. This signature collection of luminaires is made with low fire white clay shade and a solid hard wood base (maple or similar). Light is sculpted and softened by the ceramic shade creating a melange of reflection, shadow and highlights. When not lit, the luminaire much like a sculpture interacts with the ambient or direct light in the space creating a different effect and new persona. Low voltage light source, 2 x 10 watt xenon bulbs.

Table Luminaire by Muhammad Moussa (Ceramic Table Lamp

Table Luminaire by Muhammad Moussa. This signature collection of luminaires is made with low fire white clay shade and a solid hard wood base (maple or similar). Light is sculpted and softened by the ceramic shade creating a melange of reflection, shadow

Ceramic light covers? Um, awesome. Miriam Aust

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I think what the artist did was use a circle mold and carved out the spaces when the clay was leather hard. It's an interesting technique because they look hard to do, but once you begin you get the hand of it, and they make cute candles.

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