Lamp Raffia with long fringes | Raffia lampshade hanging lamp | Bohemian


40 (M) or 50 (L) cm diameter, 20 (M) or 24 (L) cm height
• made from sturdy, sustainable raffia
• Casts light in calming, warm patterns
• 100% handmade and fairly traded

With this exotic round lampshade you can create your very own favorite place in your home. The extra-long raffia fringes catch the eye and make Kawi one of the absolute highlights among our lampshades.

Thanks to the loose weave on the top of the lampshade, the lamp casts a fascinating pattern on your ceiling. The lampshade has a ring to attach the lamp holder and is reinforced with a metal frame to maintain its round shape over time. For Kawi you can choose between two different sizes, which have a diameter of 40 and 50 cm.

The lampshade is delivered without bulbs and cables. However, these are available in the desired color and length at every hardware store.

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

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Mass weight:

Diameter x height (without fringes):

M: 40x20cm; 0.55kg
L: 50x24cm; 0.75kg

Our products are artfully crafted unique pieces. Due to hand manufacturing and natural material variations, they may vary slightly in size, color and shape.

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Main material: raffia

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

Bast (Corypha utan) occurs naturally in the steppe and forest areas of Southeast Asia. The plant renews its leaves about every two years and sheds the old ones, which are then collected by people, dried in the sun for a few days to weeks and, depending on the desired degree of browning, made into basketry. The relative rarity and the higher processing effort make this material slightly more expensive compared to other plant fibers. While it is hardly known in Europe, the material has proven itself among the local population in Southeast Asia in the form of all kinds of everyday objects and is very popular due to its pleasantly soft but robust nature.

Other materials: banana fiber, metal frame