Belongs to the collection of two lamps which name refers to the name of the dwarf planet called Pluto.

This lamp is made entirely from paper pulp obtained using only old newspapers. Therefore it’s 100 % recycled and eco-friendly.

Pluto’s internal structure consists of dense core of rocks surrounded by a mantle of ice. It is changing while orbiting around the Sun and that fact become a source of inspiration for us to create two lamps.—Crea-Re Studio

This paper mache lamp belongs to the collection of two lamps which name refers to the name of the dwarf planet called Pluto.

Its structure is changing while orbiting around the Sun and that fact become a source of inspiration for me to create two lamps.

Pluto’s internal structure consists of dense core of rocks surrounded by a mantle of ice. Its orbit is elongated and when Pluto is closer to the Sun - the temperature increase causing the ices to sublimate into gas.

This phenomenon inspired me to create a pendant version of “Pluto” lamp which is blue, very light, delicate, made out of thin layer of paper.

This lamp is made entirely from paper pulp obtained using only old newspapers.

Therefore it’s 100 % recycled and eco-friendly.

Handmade in Spain.


We are proud to announce that this lamp was featured in UK Magazine Kitchens Bedrooms & Bathrooms in April 2016 Issue.


Where it fits best?

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living room, dining room, kids room, bedroom

Light comes gently between the small holes in the lampshade and makes delicate shadows on the wall and on the ceiling.

The internal part of the lampshade has a particular pattern, different and unique in each lamp.


Dimensions:

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Lampshade on the pictures:

- 41 cm/ 16 inch diameter

- 36 cm/ 14 inch height

Available also other dimensions of the shade:

- 30 cm/ 11,8 inch diameter

- 22 cm/ 8,6 inch diameter

Textlile cord:

- 1m/ 39 inch

Let us know if you need a longer cord, we will add it for you.

Cords are available in many colors. You can choose them during placing the order.


Light bulb:

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This paper pulp lamps are designed for use with LED or energy saving bulbs only.

We recomend to use LED bulbs because those are safer than the energy saving bulbs.

With this lampshade you can use the bulb with max. 20 Watt, it is totally safe then.

The 20 Watt LED bulb makes as much light as 100 Watt incandescent traditional bulb.

Normally we use 60 Watt incandecsent bulb to illuminate our spaces, which is an equivalent of 11 Watt LED bulb.

We suggest to use LED bulbs with warm white color - this color looks more natural than the cold white and is more similar to the color of traditional bulb.

Our lamps require bulbs with E27 ending.


Cleaning:

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You can clean our lamps with a dry brush or with a vacuum cleaner set at the lovest speed.


Installation:

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The lamp is already assembled, all you need to do is to mount it on the ceiling.

Lamp comes with a textile cable and a cable cup made also with paper mache.

Cable cup has the same color as the lamp.


Shipment:

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All of our lamps are made for order. We will need around 2 weeks to prepare it for you.

The lamp is packed into a solid cardboard box.

We ship it with National Priority Mail or with the courier.


Custom orders:

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All of our lamps are available in various colors.

Please contact us if you wish to match the color of your lamp to your own interior design project.

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If you have any questions, please contact us at:

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Creates ecological lighting from paper waste with traditional technique of papier mâché.