One Foot Taller Polly Standard Lampshade
This shade is a voluminous classic form, large enough to be impressive without being overwhelming.ﾠPolly has a solid quality, and can be used as a large central pendant in homes, or as a calm ball-shade in large open spaces. Nice in groups too, three in a row in a dining room or a cascading cluster of 6 in a reception area. The even, all over glow means that it looks good when seen from above as well as from below.
One Foot Taller products areﾠmade in small factoriesﾠand workshopsﾠin Scotland and France.
Polly'sﾠalso simple to install on existing wiring if youﾠwish.ﾠAn existing pendant drop with shade rings will support Polly's attachment plate for an E27 fitting (and optional reducing ring for E14 or B22 fittings).
About the Supplier
One Foot Taller is an award-winning lighting design company which has been producing elegant durable 3D products for over twenty years. One Foot Taller pieces combine elementary modern lines and utilitarian grace with a drop of quirky humour.
One Foot Taller believes in matching top-notch design with a clear conscience. Sustainability and fair treatment of suppliers makes all that work getting designs into production seem worth it. A heady mix of wanting that fairness... playing with manufacturing like a toy... loving elegance and getting excited by things that work well for people... makes One Foot Taller tick.
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