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For Sale on 1stDibs - Contemporary large ceramic organic form table lamp circa 2006. Very well made - heavy. Minor wear. Looks incredible lighting up a room. Diffuser/insert Sculptural Table Lamp, Sculptural Lamp, Table Lamp Ceramic, Lamp Ceramic, Ceramic Lampshade, Ceramic Table Lamp, Ceramic Table Lamps, Ceramic Lamp Shade, Ceramic Light Sculpture

About Contemporary large ceramic organic form table lamp circa 2006. Very well made - heavy. Minor wear. Looks incredible lighting up a room. Diffuser/insert in great shape. Measures: 19.5" tall x 11" diameter. Photographed using natural light and a 60 watt bulb.

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*  Brighten your space with our Ceramic Table Lamp - a beautiful marriage of organic and geometric forms. This sculptural small bedside lamp, crafted in a vibrant yellow, adds a playful pop of color and a minimalist aesthetic to any room. Its subtle lighting creates a warm, inviting ambiance, making it an ideal choice for any home decor. Durable, functional, and stylish, it serves as a great house decor gift. Illuminate your home with this perfect blend of art and light today *  Ceramic lighting Decoration, Inspiration, Wonky, Papier, Inspo, Sanat, Artesanato, Clay, Manualidades

* Brighten your space with our Ceramic Table Lamp - a beautiful marriage of organic and geometric forms. This sculptural small bedside lamp, crafted in a vibrant yellow, adds a playful pop of color and a minimalist aesthetic to any room. Its subtle lighting creates a warm, inviting ambiance, making it an ideal choice for any home decor. Durable, functional, and stylish, it serves as a great house decor gift. Illuminate your home with this perfect blend of art and light today * Ceramic…

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Leonor Delicado
Vintage, Ceramics, Sanat, Borden, Ceramica, Manualidades, Inredning, Danish Ceramics, Interieur

In Denmark lighting plays an important role, not surprising given how few daylight hours they have there in December and January! So the Danes can be trusted to know a thing or two about lighting and to have produced an awful lot of lovely lamps! It’s relatively rare in Scandinavia to have a central, high light source

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