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Teak candleholder, 'Peacock'

Teak candleholder, 'Peacock'

Peacocks flaunt their elegant feathers while shy rabbits peek from the shadows. Inspired by ancient northern Thai traditions, Plake Kijfuangfoo handcrafts this lamp to cast patterns on a wall. The frame is carved of teakwood and features a practical storage drawer. The aluminum shade features an engraved fantasy in captivating patterns. The candle arrives in a ceramic container.


Ceramic lamp, 'Vase of Light'

Ceramic lamp, 'Vase of Light'

Contemporary design proudly preserves a touch of traditional Mexican artistry in the unique creation of this lamp. Ra�l Fuenzalida crafts the base in the shape of a ceramic vase featuring a rustic, weathered finish. It is crowned with forged iron motifs that lead to the standard electric socket and wiring. The lampshade features a protective cone covered in cotton canvas in natural hues, in harmonious contrast with the lamp's warm red hues.


Ceramic table lamp, 'Diamond Blossom'

Ceramic table lamp, 'Diamond Blossom'

Rodrigo Garc�a conjures a florid fantasy for the exclusive design of this table lamp. He crafts the base of ceramic, painting flowers and diamonds with natural pigments. The finish creates the illusion of an antique piece. Features an off-white lampshade. Please note the socket screws over the lampshade's base.


Iron candleholder, 'Tiki Night'

Iron candleholder, 'Tiki Night'

Silhouetted against glass, golden waves adorn this candleholder with marine elegance. Ketut Sudana Antara crafts the holder of iron, featuring three curved legs and embellished with gold leaf accents.


Teak candleholder, 'Glorious Blaze'

Teak candleholder, 'Glorious Blaze'

Inspired by the legendary art of Lanna (northern Thailand), Plake Kijfuangfoo designs a unique candleholder similar to a lantern. He carves the frame of teakwood and includes a practical drawer at the base. The glass walls are removable to allow for lighting or changing candles. The candle arrives in a zinc cup. Finally, the lantern features an iron handle to complete the candleholder's ancestral allure.


Iron and glass candleholder, 'Purple Lantern Light'

Iron and glass candleholder, 'Purple Lantern Light'

Crafted of iron, this antique-inspired candleholder receives a copper finish. Sourabh Mehta gives the elongated glass globe an iridescent purple color, and includes a tea light with this charming design. This design is not suitable for candles that are larger or hotter than a tea light.


Iron and glass candleholder, 'Sunset Lantern Light' (large)

Iron and glass candleholder, 'Sunset Lantern Light' (large)

Crafted of iron, this antique-inspired candleholder receives a copper finish. Sourabh Mehta gives the elongated glass globe an iridescent sunset coloration, and includes a tea light with this charming design. This design is not suitable for candles that are larger or hotter than a tea light.


Ceramic lamp, 'Queen of Diamonds'

Ceramic lamp, 'Queen of Diamonds'

Crafted by hand of barro bru�ido (burnished clay), this elegant lamp comes from Mexico's Garcia Ochoa Family. Diamond motifs in black and white emulate masterpieces of colonial pottery. Once glazed with natural oxides, the clay is burnished by hand with a smooth stone. A cylindrical lampshade covered with cotton crowns the lamp.


Ceramic lamp, 'Colonial Patio'

Ceramic lamp, 'Colonial Patio'

Crafted by hand of barro bru�ido (burnished clay), this elegant lamp comes from Mexico's Garcia Ochoa Family. Floral motifs and graceful arabesques recall the tiles in colonial patios. Once glazed with natural oxides, the clay is burnished by hand with a smooth stone. A lampshade covered with cotton crowns the lamp.


Ceramic table lamp, 'Tarahumara Mystery'

Ceramic table lamp, 'Tarahumara Mystery'

Shaped of clay and painted by hand, this handsome lamp is a Raul Fuenzalida's design. It takes the shape of water jars used by the Tarahumara people of Chihuahua. Pre-Hispanic motifs in earth tones give the piece an antique feel.


Ceramic table lamp, 'Festive Blues'

Ceramic table lamp, 'Festive Blues'

Mexico's Javier Servin creates a festive composition in cobalt blue and turquoise for the dazzling design of this lamp. Crafted of ceramic, it is painted by hand creating raised textures. The off-white cotton canvas lampshade features a protective lining.


Ceramic table lamp, 'Archaeology Light'

Ceramic table lamp, 'Archaeology Light'

Inspired by pre-Hispanic ceremonial vessels, Ra�l Fuenzalida designs this original lamp. The ceramic base is decorated with arrows and birds that are painted by hand. The cotton canvas lampshade features a polystyrene protective cone.


Ceramic lamp, 'A Pitcher of Light'

Ceramic lamp, 'A Pitcher of Light'

Ra�l Fuenzalida transforms a ceramic cantarito (pitcher) into a fascinating lamp. He paints the pitcher black cherry, leaving parts without paint to create the illusion of a rustic, weathered piece. The cotton canvas lampshade features a polystyrene protective cone.


Ceramic lamp, 'Obelisk Light'

Ceramic lamp, 'Obelisk Light'

Like a beaming obelisk, this lamp sheds light on contemporary d�cor in Mexico. The handcrafted ceramic base is painted in ochre featuring a black tar patina finish to create the illusion of an aged treasure. Ra�l Fuenzalida then adds a forged iron ring that holds the standard electric socket and wiring. The lampshade features a polystyrene protective cone covered in cotton canvas.


Ceramic table lamp, 'Sands of Light'

Ceramic table lamp, 'Sands of Light'

Contemporary design proudly preserves a touch of traditional Mexican artistry in the unique creation of this lamp. Ra�l Fuenzalida crafts the base in the shape of a ceramic vase featuring an aged finish achieved with tar. It is crowned with forged iron motifs that lead to the standard electric socket and wiring. The lampshade features a polystyrene protective cone covered in cotton canvas in natural hues, in harmonious contrast with the lamp's warm earth tones.


Ceramic lamp, 'Land of the Aztec'

Ceramic lamp, 'Land of the Aztec'

Crafted by hand of barro bru�ido (burnished clay), this elegant lamp comes from Mexico's Garcia Ochoa Family. Bold geometric motifs recall ancient Aztec art. Once glazed with natural oxides, the clay is burnished by hand with a smooth stone. A lampshade covered with cotton crowns the lamp.


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