If at first you don't succeed try, try again.
We created a self imposed challenge for the Spot On Desk Lamp. Initial design variations of the lamp relied on exterior hardware for structure which distracted from the purity of the design. Our challenge was to create a desk lamp using three stoneware components with no visible structural hardware except for the power cord.
After months of experiments and multiple stoneware templates we achieved our objective. We created stoneware components that meet each other at their touch points securely without the need for exterior hardware. The entire lamp is assembled with internal structural parts that hold our glossy stoneware exterior components together and do not compromise the glossy clean look of the lamp. You see only the stoneware lamp and its power cord. And if you peer inside the lamp opening you will see that we use a glass led bulb for illumination which appears as a traditional standard bulb. It is a nostalgic touch with modern sensibility. The 5-watt led bulb is energy efficient and equivalent to a standard 60-watt bulb.
No detail is left out of our process and we are happy to present our latest creation to you. We would not do it any other way. Much to the consternation of my husband Peter who wishes there were sometimes an easier way to achieve a happy outcome.