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Natalie Page Ceramic Lamps, by Way of BDDW

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Natalie Page Ceramic Lamps, by Way of BDDW

November 4, 2013

When it comes to curated furniture and accessory collections, Soho-based BDDW can do no wrong (at least we think so). Recently added to the company’s lighting line: a sculptural Ceramic Funnel Lamp in a range of sizes handmade by Natalie Page, a Philadelphia-based ceramicist. To learn more, go to BDDW.

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Above: The Ceramic Funnel Lamp suspends from an iron chain and pull. The cord is made from braided fabric. Photo by David John via Flickr.

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Above: The lamp is handmade from earthenware exclusively for BDDW.

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Above: The Ceramic Funnel Pendant is available in five sizes (small, medium, large, extra-large, and jumbo); prices start at $900 for the smallest. 

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Above: The lamp can be hung individually or in a cluster.

Looking for more must-have ceramics? Check out our post An Architect Turned Potter: Anchor Ceramics in Australia.  

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