Tema Collection - Mustard, Green and Blue - Drum Lampshade
This unique and vibrant lampshade will bring an exotic touch to any home and easily brightens up a room.
Each piece is lovingly handmade using original African fabric which was found in Accra, Ghana.
Due to the nature of the fabric, small variations may occur in the pattern. These are inherent qualities of each lampshade and add to its uniqueness and charm.
All shades are suitable for ceiling pendant, table and floor lamps.
The lampshade is backed with professional flame retardant PVC which has been tested in the Lighting Association Laboratories and has passed the glow wire test, which is The British Standard for Luminaries.
All shades are made with a UNO fitting (commonly used in the UK and Europe), with a European 39mm ring fitting and supplied with a reducing ring to fit 29mm standard UK fittings. Please check that these fittings are compatible with your lamp or light before purchasing.
Diameter x Height:
Small: 20cm x 20cm
Medium: 30cm x 22cm
Large: 40cm x 26cm
The lampshades in the pictures are 30cm (pink/turquoise) and 40cm (blue/brown) diameters. If you have any specific dimensions that would suit you better, please contact me and I will always try and make an item that is perfect for you.
I lovingly hand make all your orders in a little studio in Wales. I aim to dispatch within 7-10 working days, but please let me know if you need your items sooner, as I will always try my best to meet your requirements.
All orders are carefully packed in recyclable packaging and sent by recorded/tracked delivery.
Orders that are shipped to countries outside of the United Kingdom may be subject to import taxes, customs duties and fees levied by the destination country once a shipment reaches your country. All international customers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for these or for any delays due to customs.
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