The Dawn Upcycled Cotton Lamp
The Dawn Upcycled Cotton Lamp
The Dawn Upcycled Cotton Lamp

The Dawn Upcycled Cotton Lamp


₹ 2,250
(inclusive of all taxes & free shipping within India)
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Introducing the Dawn Upcycled Cotton Lamp - a stylish and practical addition to any home. Made from upcycled cotton cords, this lamp is our interpretation of the climate stripes that have been turning red for years.

Handwoven by women artisans from the northern hinterland of India, this lamp is a true testament to the years of craftsmanship that this region has fostered. This lamp is perfect for any eco-conscious consumer who wants to add a touch of rustic chic to their home decor. Whether you're looking for a statement piece or something to provide a soft glow, this lamp is sure to please.

  • Small lamp
  • Diameter:8.5 inches
  • Height :13.5 inches (including the handle)
  • Large Lamp
  • Diameter:10 inches
  • Height :15.5 inches ( including the handle)
  • Handwoven from upcycled cotton cords

The lamp will come packed in a corrugated box, and will be shipped from the Sirohi factory, in Muzzafarnagar, UP.

These are made to order pieces and the lead time for delivery will be one week.

As this is a limited edition product, we offer no returns and refunds, unless the product is damaged, and the team needs to be informed within 24 hours of delivery.

Sirohi is a luxe-sustainable brand advocating a slow and simple lifestyle. Their home & lifestyle products are handwoven by skilled women artisans with an aim to bring the beauty of the outdoors, indoors.

Originating from an arcadian village in rural Haryana known as Sirohi, their work began when we realised the opportunity gap in our rural communities where people have immense talent but lack the chance and skill to showcase it. Sirohi now provides income opportunities to thousands of such women without a formal education who are from marginalised populations in Western India,

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