Lieselotte looks like a cup , and yet… has only the appearance of a cup. A study in Berlin gave this old china a magical new use. In this series, we will see grandma's teacups suspended from a long wire that comes directly from the ceiling making a quirky light fixture that will definitely be the feature of any room.
Each lamp is a unique, hand-made and, therefore, of great quality. In addition to the originality of the object, the special eclectic design makes it the perfect addition to any kitchen or a rustic dining room.
The lamp comes equipped with everything you need. Therefore, your new fixture can be mounted and used quickly, without any hitches. The maximum supported power is 40 watts, and should be fitted to the ceiling by a cord of approximately two feet.
Lieselotte sells not only cups and saucers, but also manufactures these unique lighting fixtures from antique and retro bowls, porcelain teapots or really, any element that can be recreated into a lamp .The packaging is simple and looks just like that of an ordinary tea service: a soft bottom to ensure the fitting stays intact during travel and a cardboard box with a little note inside..