Rated 5 out of 5Â by Susie h Brilliant lamp
Really great lamp had one similar before, but this one is particularly lovely when light filters through!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by mummytina unusual lamp
Great value lamp, makes a nice pattern on the wall where the light shines through the cut outs, good value for money too. Fits nicely in my hall and would fit into any decor.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by tenerife bought this today. love it just what I was looking for.
Reallypleased with this lamp. Wanted it for my hall way. Perfect. Just got to find the right bulb. Looks really expensive. Well done john rocha. Also bought a fur gilet.love both items. Will keep an eye on this designers products. At a price mostpeople can afford.and I got discounts on both products. Well done debenhams.mancheste.
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