Agatha Recycled Glass Statement Table Lamp - Clear
Large Item Delivery (within 7 working days)
Free Delivery on orders over £80*
The generous extra large proportions of the Agatha glass table lamp make it a truly statement light. The organic shape of its clear glass base is crafted from recycled glass, mouth blown into a mould. The hammered finish of the glass gives it an interesting textured finish that feels more organic and characterful. The Agatha table lamp would elevate a hallway or living space with its impactful size and design qualities, creating a unique focal point. Pair the Agatha table lamp with one of our Dia lamp shades to complete the look.
- Product SKU
- Dimensions (h x w x d)
- 57 x 38 x 38cm
- Country of origin
- Suitable for outdoor use
- Recommended bulb
- Cord length
- Max watt
- Plug type
- UK & EU
- Assembly required
- Additional information
Please note lighting does not include bulbs or lampshades.
We picture this lamp with a Medium sized Dia Jute Lampshade.
All lighting meets with CE (Conformity Europe) approval.
To care for the lamp, we recommend regularly wiping with a soft dry cloth to prevent the build up of dust or dirt. Ensure the light is unplugged when cleaning. Do not use abrasive materials or harsh chemicals as these may damage the finish.
Delivery & return options
Delivery (UK Mainland Only)
- Large item delivery - 7 working days - £4.95 (Free on orders over £80)
This item will be delivered by our specialist courier service, Furdeco. You will receive an email or SMS message within 3 working days of placing your order to confirm a delivery day. Please note, if your item is pre ordered, the courier will be in touch once stock is available.
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