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handmade Moroccan jug shaped Brass Table Lamp Shades

handmade Moroccan jug shaped Brass Table Lamp Shades handmade Moroccan jug shaped Brass Table Lamp Shades handmade Moroccan jug shaped Brass Table Lamp Shades lamp-shades handmade Moroccan jug shaped Brass Table Lamp Shades

Handmade Moroccan Oriental jug shaped Brass Table Lamp

Price: $402.02

item number: 106

HandCrafted of Genuine Brass

Dimensions:

Width: 20 inches Length: 20 inches Height: 14 inches



Quantity

We ship to the United States, United Kingdom and Australia using DHL Expedited Service which takes 4-5 working days for delivery

We ship to the rest of the world using EMS Expedited Service which takes 6-11 working days for delivery

Tracking Number is provided within 24 hrs from the time of payment

Buying several items will give you the advantage of having a discounted combined shipment




Description

Handmade Moroccan Oriental jug shaped Brass Table Lamp

Moroccan Table lamp which has a very unique shape, this shape is inspired from an old custom in the Middle East region in which this jug was almost found in all the houses before the nineteenth century. This jug was used for tea, coffee and different other oriental beverages. The artisan has captured this amazing shape which is almost lies in the hearts of everyone in this region and developed it to have this Moroccan Table Lamp. Hand-piercing and hammering was made all over the lamp and small jeweled different colored small pieces of stained glass was artistically installed all over the piece. The patterns of the hand-hammering and stained glass are designed to bring wonderful shades all over the place.

The base of the lamp was also inspired from a very old custom-made in the Middle East region which is the ban which was very widely used in those time. The ban had a very unique shape which was the exact shape used at those times.

The piercing design of the Moroccan Lantern is designed to provide various types of shades all over the room. In order to enjoy those types of shades you would need to install a transparent strong lamp bulb within while in case you would like to have the lamp and you donít need those shades all is needed to be done is just install a stained lamp bulb

The Moroccan Table lamp can fit in case you would like to have something within your house that would bring the real sensation of the heart of the Middle East ancient art-work.

The Moroccan lamp is electrically equipped and wired but without the plug due to the variation of plugs all over the world


Our BlogPosts

If you would like to know more about the origin of our items and the rich and stimulating history of the region. You can check our blogposts in which we talk about every piece in the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo, we also try to explain their artistic nature, the materials used and we focus more on their historical background:

  • Museum of Islamic Art Part I: In this blog we explain how to get to the Museum and we talk about Ibrahim Pasha the son of Muhammed Ali the founder of Modern Egypt. we talk also about few items in the museum; Mamluk Era Key to Kaaba, Some Modern Instruments from that period, Mamluk prince Safy al-Din Shaykhu Mishka.

  • Museum of Islamic Art Part II: In this blog we try to explain the importance of river Nile and how it took part in shaping the Egyptian personality, we also talk about some pieces in the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo; Iran Qajar dynasty Ewer and Basin, Samarra Iraq Slab Painting 9th Century AD, some Rare Ummayad House Supplies, A Heart Moving Painting from the Abbasid Era, and a Roaster Shaped Ewer from the Ummayad Era

  • Museum of Islamic Art Part III: In this blog we explain the origin of the Moroccan Decoration and Architecture and how it was influenced by different cultures worldwide, we also talk about how Islam reached China, and the rise of Ibn Tulun and how it was a beginning of a new Era in Egypt and the region

  • Tahrir Square: In this blog we talk about the history of Tahrir Square and how it got its name, and we talk about the history of every building in the square; Mogamaa el Tahrir, Nile Ritz Carlton Hotel, Umar Makram Statue, American University in Cairo, Umar Makram Mosque Ministry Of Foreign Affairs Building, The League of Arab State Building, The Famous Egyptian Museum, Ramesses II Obelisk and Karnak Temple Sphinx