Stone and Sawyer Obsidian Heyward Lamp
Handcrafted stoneware ceramic table lamp in Obsidian with Walnut cap and base, hand-finished Satin Brass hardware and 100% Natural Linen shade. Obsidian is a naturally occurring volcanic glass formed as an extrusive igneous rock. This lamp is UL listed and comes with a brown cloth-covered cord.
MATERIALS/ Fitted with Satin Brass hardware, hand-turned neck and base in natural Walnut, cloth-covered cord, 100% linen shade
DETAILS/ Uses up to a 100w standard incandescent, 26w fluorescent or 22w LED bulb, On/off switch, UL Listed
SIZE/ Lamp – 28.5″H x 5.5″W (Height is to top of Finial) Shade – 15” bottom diameter, 14” top diameter, 10” height
MADE TO ORDER: please allow a lead time of approximately 2 weeks
At Interior Monologue, we believe handmade is the best made. Our mission is to provide a collection of makers that you can trust – handmade excellence and ethical production. We think it’s important to understand who made the things we love. Our hope is that this collection connects you directly with our favorite makers and their one of a kind stories.
Stone and Sawyer designs and produces their stoneware lamps entirely by hand in their home studio in the Catskills. With all wood being locally sourced, their focus is on quality, integrity and craftsmanship, tenets that continue to shape their journey as makers.
MAKER STORY: Stone and Sawyer
Stone and Sawyer’s hand-produced stoneware table lamps are made directly in their studio in the Catskill Mountains of New York. Julian Peploe and David Ryan are the founders of Stone and Sawyer. As friends, designers and visual artists, they created the company to satisfy their search for the perfect handmade lamp. They are sculpture-oriented makers, choosing to focus on an intricate range of glazes, resulting in each lamp being one of a kind with distinct, organic variation. Initially inspired by mid-century design and designers like Gunnar Nylund and Otto and Gerturd Natzler, Julian and David produced their first line of lamps in 2014. As their collection has expanded, so has their design vocabulary, with forms referencing both earlier and later eras of 20th-century design. Their focus is on quality, integrity and craftsmanship, tenets that continue to shape Stone and Sawyer.
When it came to naming the company, the partners wanted a name that evoked material and process. “Stone” refers to the stoneware ceramic of their lamps’ handmade bodies. “Sawyer” is a nod to the hardwood used to make their wooden necks, caps and bases, all from locally sourced wood. As it turns out, the west side of the Hudson seems to unearth some of the most down to earth artists, seeking excellence in their craft. These lamps are truly timeless, offering a grounded elegance to light any home.
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