Illuminate your space with our exquisite Moroccan Brass Floor Lamp. This versatile piece seamlessly transitions between a hanging and table lamp, combining functionality with timeless style. Carefully crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this lamp features a captivating blend of high-quality Moroccan glass and brass, creating a romantic and beautiful addition to your home decor.
Versatile Design (Hanging and Table Lamp)
Meticulously Handmade with Intricate Details
High-Quality Moroccan Glass and Brass Construction
Available in Various Sizes: 50x28 cm, 60x30 cm, 70x35 cm, 80x40 cm, 90x43 cm, 100x50 cm
Each lamp is shipped in a protective wooden box to ensure damage-free delivery
Elevate your space with the allure of this lamp, featuring a luxurious blend of Moroccan glass and brass. The various size options cater to diverse preferences, and each piece is meticulously crafted to bring a touch of romance and beauty to your home.
Gorgeous lamp and packed so well. We’ve not had a chance to install it yet but I can’t wait!
The lantern is amazing, and arrived quickly , it did arrive damaged two of the glass pains were cracked and the door glass was loose but I still hung it as is I didn't want to send it back still looks great hung.
This light is absolutely stunning and exceeds all our expectations. I was so nervous about it arriving with broken glass, but it arrived perfectly intact thanks to the careful packaging done by the seller. We are so impressed, we’d like to order more!!
Beautiful lamp and decorative highlight. Actually intended as a hanging lamp, I removed the suspension and lamp holder and placed it on a cupboard as an ambient light. Is now illuminated with a string of lights. The long wait (2 weeks) was definitely worth it. Arrived safely packaged. Everything remained whole and intact. Great eye-catcher!
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