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Item No. 100217310

Narayan Table Lamp

C$ 845.00
3.8 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100217310

Narayan Table Lamp

C$ 845.00
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  • A modern interpretation of a pearl in a shell.
  • Sculptural earthenware form with milk glass diffuser.
  • Beautifully crafted with fine attention to detail.

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Designed by Farrah Sit for Light + Ladder
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Narayan Table Lamp
C$ 845.00
Details

Details

The quiet, minimalist Narayan Table Lamp (2021) is an artisanal piece that captures the natural form of a seashell holding a pearl, but in a dynamic, modern way. It is the work of lighting designer Farrah Sit, who approaches each project with an “own less, own well” philosophy. The uniquely shaped earthenware body of this lamp is cast in a mold and then finished with a frosted milk glass diffuser. Bulb (not included): E12 candelabra socket LED.
  • A modern interpretation of a pearl in a shell.
  • Sculptural earthenware form with milk glass diffuser.
  • Beautifully crafted with fine attention to detail.
Brand
Light + Ladder
General Dimensions
  • 7" H 11" W
Product Weight
5 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Narayan Table Lamp

  • Height (in): 7
  • Width (in): 11
  • Weight (lbs): 5
  • Cast and glazed earthenware
  • Milk glass diffuser
  • Fabric-covered cord

Farrah Sit

Using a process of material reduction, designer Farrah Sit creates lighting, furniture, and objects that balance quiet minimalism with evocative form. Her functional art is inspired by an ethos to “own less, own well,” with each piece a contemplation on essentiality – from porcelain pendants to a ceramic watering can, Sit’s sculptural take transforms the utilitarian into moments of poetic beauty.

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