Horizon Lamp

Amy Frankie Smith

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    • 23rd April
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    • 1st - 3rd May

Similar to Sea Lamp but with more colours, less white space and a touch of neon orange.

Gestural marks, drawn over and carved into, splashes and painterly strokes. The energy and colours of the ocean. Sea and sky glimpses captures on porcelain clay.

With beautiful warm translucency when lit. The lamp changes completely in different lights.

Need to know

Porcelain Droplet measures H 13cm, W13cm

Select from the options to include 3m of your choice of colour of braided fabric cord, bulb holder with cord strain and UK plug.

We recommend the Tala Sphere I, suitable for any diffused golf ball E14 bulb.

The peg hook in solid oak is perfect for wall hanging.


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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 1st - 3rd May

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Amy Frankie Smith ceramic lighting

Amy Frankie Smith

shoreham beach, sussex

Hi, I’m Amy,

My hand crafted lighting showcase the natural translucency of porcelain ceramic. Beautifully simple designs are brought to life with delicate attention to detail and the precision required to handle this, the finest of clays.

I work from my studio on Shoreham Beach, near Brighton, Sussex, where the waves and the wind blow into my work. Simple, honest forms, as airy and fluid as the sea that inspired them.