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Shipwreck map lamp, circa 1853 repurposed lighting, upcycled lampshade, Nautical charm

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This lampshade features a real shipwreck that happened off the coast of Australia back in 1853, with a boat called the "Barque Sacramento".

I have redesigned it slightly to wrap around and fit the shade, however all the elements remain true to the original artefact.

Perfect for a young child or teenager, or anyone who is excited by nautical history.

~~ ADD A LAMP BASE ~~
$40AUD Ash Wood, sourced brand new (pictured)
Mid-Century, Danish inspired mini-tripod design.
Lamp base comes with a black cord, & Australian Standard electrical plug.
Please inquire about a free international adapter if required.

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~~ PRACTICAL STUFF ~~
Every lampshade is decoupaged by hand, signed & dated (small & subtle on the inside seam of shade)

Very unique pieces, no two are exactly alike.

I lacquer them to finish, for durability and stain resistance. Easily dry-dusted or cleaned with a damp cloth.

Shipwreck map lamp, circa 1853 repurposed lighting, upcycled lampshade, Nautical charm


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: homemade paste, laquer, maps, paper, lamps, lampshade, lights, light
  • Ships worldwide from Australia
  • Feedback: 35 reviews
  • Favourited by: 59 people