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Colored wall lamp holder in concrete handcrafted in Italy ADA wall lamp in Yellow
Materials: concrete, cement, beton
Width: 17 centimeters
Height: 17 centimeters
Depth: 8 centimeters
With its circular timeless shape, Ada is a decorative lamp that lights up both the surrounding environment and the concrete disc, highlighting its handcrafted surface, its contemporary design and its color.
Ada is a versatile lamp that can be used both on wall and ceiling and whose style can change radically by using different bulbs: minimalist, classic or retro. The richness of the proposed colors makes it possible to customize Ada to adapt to each project, from those where neutral shades are requested to those where bright colors are preferred.
See all available colors here: https://www.etsy.com/it/shop/platoDESIGNshop?ref=simple-shop-header-name§ion_id=35308857
It can be used in groups or individuals to create light installations on wall or ceiling.
Ada lamp is designed and handmade in Italy in our workshop. We meticulously check the quality of materials to offer a unique reliable and durable product.
DIMENSIONS: Ø 17,5 x 7,5 cm (Ø 7'' x 3'')
DIMMABLE: yes depending on bulb
WEIGHT: 1 kg (2,2 lb)
BULB (not included): E27 max 30W 90/250 V - 50/60 Hz (E26 for US and Canada available)
USE: for indoor use only
Light bulb not included. The bulb used in the picture is E27 6W LED porcelain G95 2700K 540lm.
The product might vary slightly from the picture due to the nature of being 100% handmade.
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102 shop reviews5 out of 5 stars
Beautiful lamp that puts me in a good mood every morning!
Very nice lamp. Fast delivery and nice customer service. Thank you :)
Experience with seller: Amazing communication and fast response prior purchase. Also, this is by far my favorite piece of art that is also serving as a light fixture! Or is it a light fixture serving as a piece of art 😏 It’s beautiful and the finish is super Clean! Setting up: If you want it all to be connected with the magnets. At the beginning I didn’t understand the instructions. So here’s a little clarification. Do not let the magnets attract and “click”! Instead approach the two lights magnets side at different angles and then rotate so that the magnets attach. If not the epoxy attaching the magnet might fail. Once you figure out the height for each light... you will feel rewarded for your effort ... I just need to figure out a nicer LED light to accommodate with the look
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