Handmade Ceramic Table Lamps ‘Sorrow and Laughter’ by Nicola Slaney
These handmade ceramic table lamps are adorned by bluebells, violets, and snakeshead fritillaries. Sorrow and laughter combine beautifully with the pure white clay body. Enhanced by the whiteness of the background, the violets represent sorrow. The soft green leaves at the base of the lamp and the speckled snakeshead fritillaries combine perfectly with the violets. Their rich burgundy making a stark contrast as they dance across the shoulder of the piece.
Laughter is found in the blue and reds, green, and heather-purple. Laughter triumphs over the sorrow of the violets, elegant bluebells looking on to further enhance the colourful display. The rich display of colours of these handmade ceramic table lamps will stand boldly in your room. Laughter is stronger than sorrow, the deep mystery of the lamp unfolding as you concentrate your gaze. A bold and bright addition to your home, these lamps combine colours and moods, exhilarating your spirit and brightening up your day.
Handmade Ceramic Table Lamps Artist
Nicola Slaney, who prefers to go by the name Nicky, found fame when her millennium limited edition 50-piece, Jerusalem, retailed for more than £11,000. A versatile designer, Nicky produces a wide range of pieces and creations for all budgets. From affordable pieces to rare collectables, her pottery is loved by people all around the world. One of her longest-standing productions is the Anna Lily range; spanning the years 1998 to the present day. Nicky loves to take her inspiration from landscapes, flora and fauna, and fruit, as well as many other art influences.
One of Nicky’s most renowned potteries is Talwin, stylised flowers and birds, her inspiration coming from acclaimed book illustrator Talwin Morris. Her Talwin collection has received great admiration and praise. Her arts and crafts themed collection was further enhanced in 2016, where she introduced large lamps and vases to her range. To see her Talwin range in photography, visit the shores of Lake Windermere in Cumbria. Here you will find her works photographed in Blackwell, the Arts and Crafts house, a building of large historic importance. Nicky’s reputation continues to grow, and her innovation, gift, and talent are constantly being recognised. Choose these handmade ceramic table lamps by Nicky for an eye-catching addition to your room.