Woven pot Table Lamp small:
Curvaceous and creative
Are you looking for an original woven object to adorn your home? This small shapely Pot is delicately woven and will decorate your room beautifully (measuring approximately 24 cm x 23 cm) it make a creative table lamp.
Description of the Table Lamp Hand on Hip Small
The pot was designed in our studio by Sara Efia Reddin and is entirely woven by hand using a traditional basket weaving technic from Bolgatanga, in the north of Ghana. The delicate open weave stripes and colourful striped handles accentuates this evocative decorative piece.
Woven with the grass Veta Vera, which is naturally durable. This beautiful Wall lamp is magnificent next to your bed, in a living room or along a hallway.
Technics used to make the woven pot Hand on Hip Small
Basket weaving from Bolgatanga is a a traditional African weaving technic. The grass Veta Vera grows locally. The reeds are twisted by hand and small batches are coloured using vegetable or food dyes in cauldrons. The weaving is tight and smooth, our weavers have honed their art to make our contemporary shapes.
This pot takes around 2 days to weave.
Why choose this pot … ?
To own one of our woven objects, is to encourage the modernisation of a beautiful tradition, inspiring and supporting the weaving communities by introducing their art to the contemporary design world.
Woven pot Lamp:
- Woven by hand with Veta Vera Straw, height approximately 24 cm and width approximately 23 cm ;
- Brass Accessories.
- 180cm of twisted cable cloth covered with CE plug and switch /UL available on request!
Please do not forget that this pot is woven by hand and the slight differences in shape and colour are completely normal. Please also remember that the material is natural and therefore we do not recommend them for use outside or on terraces.
The colours are natural and may fade if placed in direct sunlight.
Golden Editions believes that artisanal is the new luxury. Our lamps and cushions are made by hand to be treasured..
10 % of the sale price (before tax) goes torwards charitable initiatives within the weaving comunities we work with.