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Ferm Living Argilla Wall Lamp - Rectangular - Marble White

  • Delivery time: 1-2 weeks
  • Brand: Ferm Living
  • Afmeting: 40 x 43 x 8 cm
  • Kleur: Marble White
  • Article number: FL-1104266483
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Leverbaar - Delivery time 1-2 weeks
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  • Geen verzendkosten vanaf €75binnen Nederland
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Crafted in Italy using the finest clay from the floodplains of the River Po, the Argilla Wall Lamp perfectly represents its name, which means clay in Italian. The distinctive lamp features a tile that has been made using only water, fire and human hands, and will illuminate your space with a soft, diffuse light. The lamp has a rich tactility which is underscored by the texture of the tile and the natural, marbled pattern. ferm LIVING x Fornace Brioni Danish design meets Italian craftmanship in this collection of handmade clay pieces that have been formed using only water, fire and human hands. Carefully designed by the ferm LIVING design team in Copenhagen, Denmark and crafted in Gonzaga, a small Italian town steeped in history and Renaissance culture, the collection consists of designs that are made exclusively by hand using local cotto techniques that have been handed down through generations as well as the finest clay from the floodplains of River Po. Care: Wipe with a damp cloth Material: Clay and powder coated steel lamp holder with E14 socket, 2,6 metre fabric cord with on/off switch Productnote: Voltage: 220-240V - 50Hz. Light source: E14 max 12 watt LED. Bulb not included. Only approved for EU/NO/CH/UK (UK plug version for UK) Separate version for US.

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  • Light source included: No
  • Material: Steel
  • Number of light sources: 1
  • Power (in Watts): 12W LED
  • Height: 40cm
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