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each month, a different type of light


One lamp, each month.
Each month I am going to  make a lamp that echoes the seasonal changes around me. I'm always aware of how the sun moves around the world, constantly aware of the different seasons back in Aotearoa compared to Kernow. It's made me think a lot about light, seasons, and the wheel of the year. Expect a new lamp to be uploaded here, each month until May 2025. 

LAMP #1

Daffodil, the lamp of May.


I started making this lamp while our garden and the surrounding landscape was filled with Daffodils. The Tamar Valley used to be a major source of the early blooms for the rest of the United Kingdom, and as we live in an old farming landscape, many, many varieties of Narcissus some, down the road at Cotehele are 17th C varieties. 





DETAILS:

£280

Handmade Stoneware table lamp compcomprised of a handbuilt ceramic base from Dobels clay near St Agnes, Cornwall and linen lamp shade from Rūma. Finished in a soft yellow ash glaze from local sourced plant matter from our garden.

Wired with repurposed electric components that have been tested and tagged. Standard UK socket. 

Electric fired.

Base diamater: 22.5cm
Height: 37cm
Lampshade diameter: 35cm

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caitlin j clarke
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