With a variety of lamps available in the market, it is always a challenging task to find the perfect one for your abode. If you are looking for something unusual, unique and stylish, you might love to check out the Table Lamp XVIII by Polish artist Przemek Krawczyński who has been making gourd lamps since 2009. With attention paid to every single detail, the Table Lamp XVIII is made from Senegalese calabash and would appeal to anyone who admires original designs created with highest quality. The white carvings on the XVIII gourd lamp are deeper layer of wood that allows light to pass through it.
One of the major highlights of the XVIII table lamp by Calabarte are the white thin lines that are an upshot of painstaking work. The closing part at the top of the stunning lamp comes locked with small magnets. Even the base of the lamp is highly aesthetic, thanks to the black jeweler waxed string. The base also bears the Calabarte logo and the date the lamp was born. The gourd used in 21 cm and the lamp is 35.5cm high. It takes them up to two months to create a single gourd lamp. A single standing gourd lamp could cost you around $2,400.