The Iqanda Table Lamp by Elliott Barnes x Tisserant Art&Style is manufactured in the renowned Parisian workshop of metalwork specialist Tisserant Art&Style. The word Iqanda means egg in Xhosa, a South African language. Barnes revisits the use of ostrich eggshells favoured during the times of Arts Decoratifs whilst tapping into the imaginary of the Bronze Age. By modifying the shape of the shell and orienting it with a functional (not just decorative) purpose, he explores new ideas in lighting fixtures. By cutting the shells into halves and incorporating the LED lights, Barnes creates one-of-a-kind lights. Each piece is defined by its own singularity: the brass structure and lighting system are the same, however, the ostrich eggshell domes are each unique. 

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Table lamp with a structure in brass
Base finish in green patina with 24 carats gold details
Three shades in ostrich eggshell
LED bulb 15W required, dimmable
CE certification for Europe
Standard electrification for United-Kingdom and United States

Ø 16 x H 40 cm
Ø 6.3″ x H 17.7″

W 16 x D 16 x H 40 cm
W 6.3″ x D 6.3″ x H 15.7″
Handmade in France
Production lead time: 14 weeks
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The Iqanda Table Lamp by Elliott Barnes x Tisserant Art&Style is manufactured in the renowned Parisian workshop of metalwork specialist Tisserant Art&Style. The word Iqanda means egg in Xhosa, a South African language. Barnes revisits the use of ostrich eggshells favoured during the times of Arts Decoratifs whilst tapping into the imaginary of the Bronze Age. By modifying the shape of the shell and orienting it with a functional (not just decorative) purpose, he explores new ideas in lighting fixtures. By cutting the shells into halves and incorporating the LED lights, Barnes creates one-of-a-kind lights. Each piece is defined by its own singularity: the brass structure and lighting system are the same, however, the ostrich eggshell domes are each unique. 

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Table Lamp Iqanda
Elliott Barnes
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Table Lamp Iqanda

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