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Piers Saxby Candy Creates Charming Lamps Using a 1930s Copper Jelly Mold

Posted By Lucy Price On October 26, 2012 @ 2:30 pm In Decorative Objects,Design,Green Home decor,Green Materials,Green Products,Innovation,Reader Submitted Content | No Comments

Piers Saxby Candy, Jelly Table Lamp, original mold, salvaged materials, salvaged wood, salvaged lead, table lamps, desk lamps, green lamps, green lighting

Piers Saxby Candy [1], a Brighton-based designer, hand crafted his Jelly Desk Lamp [2] and Jelly Table Lamp [3] with using oak wood for the stand and cast an original 1930s copper jelly mold for the shade. Candy [1] specializes in traditional lighting with an architectural twist using metalwork techniques to handcraft bespoke pieces. Sourcing salvaged wood and lead locally from antique shops and old factories, he makes everything by hand to preserve the natural state of the materials.

+ Piers Saxby Candy [1] at Folklore [4]

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[1] Piers Saxby Candy: http://www.pierssaxbycandy.com/index.htm

[2] Jelly Desk Lamp: http://www.pierssaxbycandy.com/page7.htm

[3] Jelly Table Lamp: http://www.pierssaxbycandy.com/page10.htm

[4] Folklore: http://www.shopfolklore.com/

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