Handmade for you in Norfolk and Shrophire, England
This is a beautifully crafted lamp designed by Anna from her original painting of a Ginkgo tree in ink, pencil and acrylic on plaster and board. The lampshade focuses in on the stunning ink work and detail of the leaves.
The lamp base is hand made in high quality crystal glass near the North Norfolk coast in England. The lampshade is hand made in a colourfast canvas by specialist crafts people in Shropshire.
You can buy both the lamp base and lampshade separately. Just search under Lighting for Lamp bases and Lampshades.
Need it quickly?
Please allow up to 4 weeks for delivery, as your lampshade will be made to order. However, if you need the lamp fast do call us on 01772 331 835, or send us an email, as we hold a small amount of stock and may be able to post one to you straight away.
As our lamps are made in Britain, they come with a standard European fitting and British plug.
> Total height 47cm
> Lampshade diameter 30cm
> Takes an E27 bulb (not included)
> British plug
> Fabric cable length 2 metres
> Switch is on the flex, 1 metre from the plug
We think it's worth taking extra care when shipping your lamp, so we do charge shipping, but we cover some of the costs ourselves as well!
> Although our lamps are wonderfully tough when on a table (it is hard to break the glass!), they are at their most vulnerable when packed in a box and shipped across the country, or even across the ocean. So we pack them very carefully and choose the best courier at the most reasonable price for each customer's order.
> We think it's worth paying just a little bit more to ensure your lamp arrives safely, but we only ask you to cover some of this cost. The rest, we cover for you!
Another beautiful lamp from the very talented, Anna! I couldn't decide between 'Falling Leaves in Summer' and this one so had to buy both...
I love this lamp. The colours are beautiful - it's as if summer is in the room even in lockdown. Thank you, Anna - more please!
Another gorgeous lamp by Anna! Vibrant colours against a muted green wall. Stunning. The picture says it all.