The table lamp by Tadé has a beautiful design with a cluster in hand blown glass. The lamp is made by glassblowers who know the true tradition of glassblowing technology. Each item is unique and may vary slightly in appearance. Can be used both as a table lamp and as a pendant lamp. Electric cable and light source are sold separately.
The glass is handmade and is fragile. To prevent damage during transport, the craftsman always produces more bubbles than necessary. But even with this extra care, you can sometimes find broken glass bubbles when you unpack the lamp.
About the table lamp from Tadé
- Beautiful design. - Cluster. - Made of hand blown glass. - Unique grapes. - The table lamp fits well in the living room. - Made in syria
Care advice for the table lamp
- Clean with a damp cloth.
As we are based in Europe, all our lamps/electrical items are made to the European standard of 220-230 volts, with an european plug. Due to the new EU directives, plugs for ceiling lamps, pendants and chandeliers are not included. They are CE-marked which means that they are approved for use in Europe only. We recommend using a 110 to 220 volt adapter, although we still cannot guarantee that it will work perfectly in your home.
The difference in voltage may affect the light of the lamp and you will not be able to use a dimmer function. The lamp can also make 'wiring noises' due to the voltage difference.
If you alter or rewire the lamp/item in any way, there will be no warranty applicable for the lamp/item and you cannot return it.
Our product reviews are collected after completed delivery and always come from verified customers.
But the lamp is a pulse-raiser when unpacking if any of the glass bubbles are broken, plus they are relatively difficult to get your own lamp cord as well, but once they are in place it is magical!
Review translated from Swedish.
Stylish design, clean and gives nice light
But there is no opening anywhere to be able to pry the lamp cords that belong to it, without having to break one or two lamps first and I still don't feel sure that I can manage to get the lamp cords in without the product breaking even more
A bad construction on such an expensive lamp :( I feel like I would need help, and now the shop is no longer in Umeå :(