Madam Moony

S$140.00

Madam Moony is a beautiful industrial concrete lamp that was first design to reflect the shades of the moon. Miss Moony was an online favorite and Madam Moony is the marble version that adds a touch of class and twist to the standard marble design and will definitely be an eye catching lamp in any space!

Every lamp comes with a edison filament bulb with a dimmer on the fabric wire to adjust the intensity of the hue to suit lighting conditions. Suited for minimal, modern, industrial styled spaces.

Every concrete piece is different due to variations during the molding and casting process. Pictures used are for visualization only. Our lamps are also checked for structural imperfections and small chips/cracks might be present.

Brand Profile:

ConcreteEverything was founded in a tiny room in October 2014 by Alvin & his beautiful wife, Vanessa. Trained as an industrial designer, Alvin's love for DIY concepts evolved into the birth of creative homemade ideas, ranging from wedding photos, furniture, jewelry and lighting. Their journey to explore their passion led to the creation of ConcreteEverything, a humble business that creates beautiful bespoke concrete lamp pieces.
 
ConcreteEverything aims to craft unique pieces that explore the beauty and the raw nature of concrete. Using it as a building block for their collections, every bespoke piece that we bring to you is always different and made just for you from a simple fashion accessory to a standing lamp in your home.


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Product Details
Dimensions L18cm x W18cm x D8cm
Material Marble matte concrete, E27 electrical mount , 2m black&white fabric wire with dimmer, 2-pin plug head
Bulb Requires 220V-240V, E27 Bulb (One bulb included)
SKU 806MM01
Care Instructions
Handling The concrete surface will take time to settle and a chalky layer might be present. Use a soft cloth/brush to clean. Please note to screw in bulb fully prior to switching ON, otherwise there might be a short circuit. Please refrain from striking the concrete as it is fragile.