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Raffia Lamp KALIMA | Woven Lampshade | Hanging Ceiling Lamp (3 sizes)

Raffia Lamp KALIMA | Woven Lampshade | Hanging Ceiling Lamp (3 sizes)

Regular price €89,00 EUR
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• 30 (S), 40 (M) or 50 (L) cm diameter
• made from stable, durable raffia and banana fibers
• casts the light in soothing, warm patterns
• the packaging is plastic-free
• 100% handmade and fair trade

Our Kalima lampshade only allows the light to pass through in a muted manner on the sides and is therefore perfect for illuminating dining tables or a cozy reading corner from above. It also fits particularly well in weather-resistant areas in the garden, where it creates a tropical atmosphere with its boho look.

Thanks to the sturdy metal frame and robust banana fiber, Kalima always retains its shape, but never looks heavy or massive. This is ensured by the filigree interwoven cords and raffia fringes.

The lampshade is available in three different sizes and is supplied without lamps and cables. However, these are available at any DIY store in the color and length you want.

Please also note our other offers - in our store you will find many different baskets, home accessories and bags made from sustainable materials under fair production conditions.

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Measurements and weight:

(diameter x height (without tassels))
S: 30x31cm; 1.00kg
M: 40x49cm; 1.38kg
L: 50x55cm; 1.60kg

Our products are artfully crafted individual pieces. They may vary slightly in size, color and shape due to manual production and natural variations in materials.

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Main material: Raffia

Our lampshades are made from plant fibers. They smell and therefore feel wonderfully like nature.

Raffia (Corypha utan) occurs naturally in the steppe and forest areas of Southeast Asia. About every two years the plant renews its leaves and sheds the old ones, which are then collected by humans, dried in the sun for several days to weeks and, depending on the desired degree of browning, processed into wickerwork. The relative rarity and higher processing effort make this material somewhat more expensive compared to other plant fibers. Although it is little known in Europe, the material has proven itself among the local population in Southeast Asia in the form of all kinds of everyday utensils and is very popular due to its pleasantly soft, but robust character.

Other materials: metal frame, banana fiber

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Production location:

This lampshade is handmade in Java, Indonesia.
When selecting our local producers, we attach great importance to fair pay and good working conditions. Only mature and experienced craftsmen work in the companies where we buy our goods. No harmful chemicals are used in the production process. Because all work steps are done by hand, the production process hardly generates any greenhouse gas emissions. We ensure all this through regular site visits and permanent personal contact with the companies.
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