Designer handmade lamp from the African pumpkin “Turkish pomegranate.”

Turkish pomegranate is a big lamp from an African pumpkin. It has the shape of a slightly flattened ball and a small flirtatious slope.

I got a great pleasure working with that! The fruit is surprisingly tight, but it can be cut very easily. Quite thick and dense shell of pumpkin gives the flow of the artist’s imagination and allows you to make half-cut patterns and ornaments. In combination with thousands of holes it turns out to be an incredibly beautiful golden glow.

The lamp is supplemented with man-made transparent pomegranate inclusions, which slip along round shapes of the fruit. The lamp had been created more than 4 months.

The lamp stands on a specially made wooden stand. Led lightning.

 

Specifications: Height: 35; Maximum diameter: 40; LED lighting

Price: $2900

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Each lamp is a piece of life. Sometimes the idea takes months, and sometimes comes in a moment. And then a big, hard work begins. From the time of preparation of a well-dried pumpkin to processing before assembling the set-up, it can take from 3 to 6 months.

Not even one lamp can be a copy of the other. The fruits are different and the ideas are also different. I never make drawings or ideas of my admirers and clients. Turning a pumpkin fruit into a lamp is always a new idea and my hands. My husband Alexander always tries to help me. He always comes, if I need to solve some technical issues. And it helps me out.

 

Is it possible to buy such a lamp? Yes, you can, if you are one of those who appreciate the exclusive.
The cost of the lamp ranges from $ 900 to $ 5000.

Write me your questions and I’ll tell you what you can buy now, and what I have in mind.

 

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