From EarthHearts new collection, introducing Kolambi lights. Kolambi is the daughter of the sun, soaking up all the golden rays and in return, blooming together in tens and twenties, like tiny golden suns. Handwoven with ethically sourced banana bark ropes, this pedant lamp captures the brilliance of this wild child, its eagerness to bring wonder in spaces they bloom. Pair it up with warm LED filament bulbs for the most idyllic experience.
The beauty of handmade artefacts is in its inability to create a copy. Therefore, the product you receive will have slight variations in its shape and weave from the image provided.
Sizes (Diameter X Height) :
Material :Banana bark ropes, metal frame
Sizes (Width X Height) : 25X13cm
Material : Ceramic
Due to the nature of handmade ceramics variations in exact texture and glaze can occur. Colours may vary slightly from what you see on your screen, depending on your settings.
Kaavad is a rich tradition of storytelling in Rajasthan. It’s believed to be 400 years old. It is a portable shrine, which has a visual narrative of mythological and folk tales. The shrine is a wonderful collage of images that are bound together in stories. As each door of the Kaavad opens, a new chapter in the story unfolds. Amongst many others, the most popular stories told through Kaavad are those of Lord Ram and Krishna.
Sizes (Width X Height) : 30X46 (full open)cm
Material : Wood