Barrel Table Lamp
The collaboration between Klaylife & Melbourne based interior stylist Jacqui Moore of Moore Concepts, resulted in an exquisite piece of craftsmanship & design, the Barrel Table Lamp. Drawing on African heritage & craftsmanship, each clay bead is lovingly hand rolled by the women of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. Using raw clay, the beads are sun dried, kiln fired, then dip dyed before being strung onto an iron frame. The result is spectacular!
Handcrafted - Each bead used in the Barrell Table Lamp is hand rolled & hand dyed by the women of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa.
People Loving - By purchasing this Klaylife piece you are helping over 65 South African women provide for their families & practise their craft.
Locally Made - Klaylife artisans are based in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa, while Jacquie Moore of Moore Concepts is based in Melbourne Australia. By buying a Barrel Table Lamp, you are helping to support artisans in your community do what they love & nurturing small business in these two countries.
Materials: Clay beads, iron frame & walnut wooden base.
Note: Please remember your beads won’t be perfect circles & the colours will vary slightly. Because the beads are porous, some will absorb the dye more than others creating a textured look we adore.
Size: 38cm high x 20cm diameter / 15" high x 8" diameter (approx)
All designs are wired & fully compliant with Australian standards.
Globe not included
Country of Origin: South Africa and Australia.
Klaylife is all about creating breathtaking beauty from the humblest of starting points. Drawing on African heritage & craftsmanship, each beaded light or piece of jewellery created by Klaylife has been handmade from clay beads, rolled, fired & dipped dyed by the women of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa.
By purchasing Klaylife, you are helping 65 South African women provide for their families, hone their artisanal skills & create beautiful beaded lighting & jewellery with a human story. Each Klaylife piece is more than just a stunning beaded product - it is a loving expression of the communal joy of making.