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Ember Lamp (Tall)

SKU 00146
DKK 17.500,00
In stock
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We currently only ship our handmade ceramic lamps to Denmark. You are also welcome to pick up your lamp at CRD studio in Copenhagen. Feel free to contact us at info@crdstudio.com for any inquiries you might have and for shipping options outside of Denmark and we can work out a price for you. We look forward to hearing from you!


ABOUT THE EMBER LAMP
The word ember means a piece of wood or coal that continues to burn after a fire has no more flames.This glaze originated in Mashiko, Japan and utilizes local rock. The ember glaze is a rust iron colored glaze used on chawan (tea bowls) first made in Korea that were imported into Japan.


All of the Ember Lamps are handmade and one of a kind and come with a hand-painted lampshade. Varying glaze thickness, slight difference in size, irregularities and subtle colour and texture variations should be expected in a handmade product. These variations, rather than being ‘imperfect’ or ‘flawed’, provide unique qualities inherent in handmade ceramics. CRD studio cannot guarantee exact colour match for any product finishes. All light fixtures have CE marking compliance and the fittings are made to suit each individual piece. We recommend a warm 40W light bulb for the Ember Lamps, which gives a soft glow. Maximum wattage: 60W.

Cathrine Raben Davidsen is known for her ceramics, painting, drawings and textiles. Drawing inspiration from history, mythology and personal memory, her highly intimate pieces are marked by their strong narratives, vibrant use of colour and delicate craftsmanship. Her methods are defined by her deep interest in the material, and she varies her process each time - from firings to glazes, materials and techniques. With influences from Pre-Columbian terracotta works and ancient Japanese craft traditions, including special glazing techniques and raku firing, her ceramics offer a particular emphasis on simple formal expression and the beauty of the imperfect.

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