1. GRAS No.411 Lamp
GRAS No.411 is an articulated floor lamp with double 340 degree elbow joints and swinging, height adjustable brackets. The elbows allow the light to be put literally anywhere within a 800mm radius of the base.
Bracket, arms and shade in black matte painted steel. Black electrical cord.
Electricity: CL II – E14 – ESL 11w
ARMS dimensions (mm):
H 1200 mm,
Horizontal arm: 2 * 340 mm, Rod: 200 mm
Shade: L 180 * W 140mm arm 2 * 340mm, 200mm rod
2. Stone Candle Bases
Approximately 150mm in diameter, these individual, rustic stone candle bases pair perfectly with A Little Light Cathedral Candles. Each piece is hand carved and slightly different from the next.
3. Tonga Stool
Tonga stools are one among hundreds of stools still being used in rural African villages. These particular stools are named after the Tonga people who originated in South Africa and overtime migrated north. Nowadays, this people group is referred to as “Tsonga” in South Africa, in Zimabawe – “Tonga”, and in Malawi and Zambia – “Batonga”.
Traditionally, only the head of the household could own and take his place on a Tonga stool – women were prohibited from sitting on stools. Just by observing a man’s chair you can easily weave together a story about the owner and his position in the wider community. These chairs are surprisingly comfortable, used for rest, work and during traditional meetings.