The Porcelain Pulley Lamp

Are you in love with tools and machines? May be gears, nuts and bolts are your everyday companion! Here is something for you that could be exciting enough to add to your room decor. Yes, we are talking about the Porcelain Pulley Lamp!

The lamp was “inspired by the shipyards of Rotterdam” and thus uses the mechanism of a pulley system to control its height. The porcelain lamp with the pulley system comes in a single color. The black [anthracite] color imparts a raw look however pastel colors which include light gray, pink, light green and mint are also available for the lamps for those preferring a softer look.

The Porcelain Pulley Lamp has been designed by Studio WM. based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

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